Hearts of Oak new striker, Abednego Tetteh, has bigger ambitions of helping the club to end it’s 11-years league title drought and also return to Africa Club Cup competititon.
The ‘Nineteen Eleven’ have not won the Premier League title since 2009 and Abednego Tetteh hopes to help the Accra based club break the curse.
In an interview with Happy FM, the forward, “I want to help the club qualify for Africa and win the league title. I already feel at home because the players here are already my friends. Football is one language and any team that you join irrespective of race or language makes you feel at home”,
On the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on football activities in the country he said, “Every body is affected by the Covid-19 and we pray this disease will go away so we will be free and football returns”.
The lanky striker has signed a three-year deal with the Phobians in the second transfer window according to reports in the local media.