Defender Christopher Bonney has penned an emotional farewell message to Hearts of Oak after bidding the club goodbye on Friday, August 7.
The Phobians announced they have decided not to extend the contracts of Benjamin Agyare, Christopher Bonney, Aboubacar Traoré, Bernard Arthur and most notably Joseph Esso ahead of the coming season.
Bonney who joined the club from Ebusua Dwarfs two years ago was declared surplus to requirements since the departure of Kim Grant.
The right back after great performances during the Normalisation Committee’s Special Competition fell below the pecking order making only one appearance in the truncated Ghana Premier league season.
Upon the announcement of the news of his departure, Bonney took his Official Instagram account to thank the management, playing body and everyone at the club for the support he had during his time at the club.
“I want to say goodbye after a fantastic time Hearts of Oak.
“I want to thank everybody involved with the club for everything over the past years!
“I’ve had fantastic few years playing Dean Court learning so much and creating some amazing memories!
“Thank you to all the staff and players who made me feel welcome from the first minute. Because of you I am now able to make this next step. I would like to thank all the fans who’ve been amazing to me!”