Emmanuel Romero Nettey is a groomed player from Inter Allies and have put in much effort to get the needed results for Hearts. The Phobians has established some good rapport with his teammates, and maintain consistency as a player on the pitch.
On Sunday Matchday 28, Hearts of Oak had a serious cracker from Emmanuel Nettey to give the Phobians an opener. The players goal was such an outstanding one and gives maximum strength to the entire team, but later made a mistake for Great Olympics to come from a goal down and equalize to share the points.
”I have been practicing on this for a long time and as you saw me shooting from afar, it wasn’t a fluke but need the right spot to punch in the goal. Which I suddenly got the cracker to boost the confidence level of my team” Emmanuel Nettey on Pure FM.
His performance got people talking but at the long run gives him the needed goal with that stunner. His style and goal won him the Man of the Match award, for the second time this season. The combative midfielders of Hearts of Oak have been compact playing Afutu and Nettey as all tacking players and aggressive on the ball.
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