‘Hearts of Oak toughest I’ve faced in the Ghana Premier League’- Liberty’s Mubarak Alhassan

Liberty Professional attacker Mubarak Alhassan has named Hearts of Oak as the toughest side he has faced in this season’s Ghana Premier League. The Scientific Soccer Lads were edged by Hearts of Oak at the Carl Reindorf Park in Dansoman. Speaking to Zuria FM, Mubarak Alhassan described the game as the toughest they’ve played after 15 rounds of games in the league. ” The game against Hearts of Oak was difficult, Hearts of Oak outplayed us on the day. They were more determined to win the game. They come with…

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Hearts of Oak-linked Keyekeh focused on fulfilling Karela FC contract

Karela United FC star Emmanuel Keyekeh has vowed to stay at the club amid serious interest from a host of Ghana Premier League clubs. The talented midfielder has been linked with a move to Hearts of Oak in the ongoing transfer window with Asante Kotoko also reportedly interested. However, Keyekeh insists he is happy with the Aiyinase based outfit and is not willing to force a move. “I will not move despite the numerous offers from Hearts and Kotoko,” he told West End Radio. “I am a Karela United player and…

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Thomas Abbey says ‘Yes’ to Hearts of Oak return

Thomas Abbey has given his thumbs up to a sensational return to Hearts of Oak in the ongoing transfer window. The pacy winger is currently a free agent after his contract with Malaysian outfit PKNP was terminated. Speaking in an interview with Angel TV, the former Hearts captain expressed his readiness to sign for the Phobians. “I’m a free agent now and ready to sign for Hearts of Oak if only they give me good offer, why not, football is my job,” “If only they will sit down with me…

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Hearts of Oak complete capture of Nigerien midfielder Mamane Lawali

Ghana Premier League giants Accra Hearts of Oak have confirmed the signing of Niger international Abdourahamane Mamane Lawali. The defensive midfielder, formerly of  Sudanese club Al Merreikh Omdurman joins on a 2 year deal as Hearts work on augmenting their squad in anticipation of the continuation of the 2019-20 Ghana league season which has been halted due to the coronavirus outbreak. 23 year old Mamane Lawali’s signing was announced in a statement on social media by the the club. The statement shared read: ”Accra Hearts of Oak is delighted to…

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Hearts of Oak Chief Togbe Afede donates to hospitals in Ho amid Corona Virus outbreak

The Executive Board Chairman of Accra Hearts of Oak, Togbe Afede XIV has donated sanitizers and a cash amount GH¢100,000 to two hospitals in Ho to aid in the fight against COVID-19. The hospitals are; Ho Teaching Hospital GH¢60,000 and Ho Municipal Hospital-GH¢40,000. Togbe Afede who reigns as the Agbogbomefia of Asogli State, also gave over 2,200 hand sanitizers to the Hospitals and communities in the Asogli State. The president of the National House of Chiefs, while making the presentation mentioned the donation was to support the facilities and communities…

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Official: King Faisal complete the signing of Samuel Akurugu

King Faisal have completed the signing former of former Hearts of Oak goalkeeper Samuel Akurugu ahead of the resumption of the league. The 24-year-old inked a year deal with the club after impressing the technical team during a short trial at the club. He signed the deal on Tuesday in the presence of the CEO of the club Anwar Sadat and the President Alhaji Grusah. Akurugu joins the club after ending his stay with Japanese lower-tier side Ococias Kyoto . He will be hoping to provide a solution to the …

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‘Anas Armeyaw Anas cost me a move to Hearts of Oak’- Kotoko new boy Kwame Poku reveals

Newly signed Asante Kotoko striker Kwame Poku has revealed he was close to joining arch-rivals Accra Hearts of Oak but for the release of the Anas AremeYaw Anas expose about Ghana Football. Kwame Poku completed his move to the Porcupine Warriors just days after the activation of the second transfer window. The player has committed to a 3 year deal and is available for selection for Maxwell Konadu’s side should the league resume. However, a disclosure by the player indicates he would have been wearing a different shirt and representing…

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Hearts of Oak Board to punish anyone responsible for the club being deducted points in Ghana premier league

The board of Accra Hearts of Oak will take punitive measures against any person(s) responsible for the club being deducted points in the 2019-20 Ghana Premier League season. Hearts of Oak are set to be docked points for fielding an unqualified player in their premier league encounter with Elmina Sharks. The case against Hearts is yet to be adjudicated by the Ghana FA’s disciplinary committee. Before this happens, board member Elvis Herman Hesse has warned that they would punish anyone who’s actions or inactions caused the points deduction. He told…

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Former Hearts of Oak goalkeeper Samuel Akurugu inches closer to king Faisal move

Former Hearts of Oak goalkeeper Samuel Akurugu is edging closer to a move to King Faisal in the ongoing transfer window. The 24-year-old is in advanced talks with the management of the Kumasi based club over his imminent switch. He arrived in Kumasi last week and has been training with the club since. The goalkeeper is currently without a club after ending his stay with Japanese lower-tier side Ococias Kyoto . Akurugu’s contract with Ghana Premier League giants Hearts of Oak was terminated by mutual consent after the 2017/18 season.…

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King Faisal players cry for break amid league stoppage

King Faisal players are crying for a break from training amidst fear of Novel Coronavirus and the stoppage of football in the country at the moment. According to a source close to the playing body, the players have pleaded for a break from training but authorities have turned it down. Despite the suspension of football activities for the next 4 weeks, King Faisal are the only side yet to break  training as they continue their preparation for the resumption of the league. Ghana has so far confirmed 24 cases of…

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