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Transfer woes Accra Hearts of Oak has suffered sometime ago

Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club, commonly referred to as Hearts of Oak or just Hearts, is a professional sports club based in Accra (Greater Accra), Ghana.

In recent years, Ghana Premier League side, Accra Hearts of Oak has seen its fair share of mass player exits.

Here, on a sports site has gathered the list of top players who left the club for free since 2017.

The list contains Kwame Kizito, Thomas Abbey, Vincent Atinga, Ruben Gnagne and others.

Now, Daniel Afriyie Barnieh whose contract issues with the club have become the headline could be the next to leave for free.

The exit of the youngster, a key team member in the last two seasons, will particularly shock the club’s fan base, and lead to a larger discussion at the club and the sports fraternity.

The 21-year-old will become a free agent when his contract expires at the conclusion of the year and he has decided against signing a new deal at the club.

Grapevine sources within the club indicate that the attacker has turned down a new contract offer from the club.

Barnieh will follow the steps of the players below who left the club for free in previous years if an agreement cannot be reached with Hearts of Oak.

1. Kwame Kizito

2. Thomas Abbey

3. Vincent Atinga

4. Samuel Akurugu

5. Emmanuel Nettey

6. Malik Akowuah

7. Ruben Gnagne

8. Richard Yamoah

9. Paul Acquah

10. Samuel Yeboah

11. Ashittey Ollenu

12. Mustapha Essuman

13. Eric Kumi

14. Leonard Tawiah

15. Samudeen Ibrahim

16.Inusah Musah

17. Patrick Razak 

18. Joshua Otoo

19. Richard Akrofi

20. Cosmos Dauda

21. Benjamin Afutu

22. Evans Quao

23. Foovi Agudey

24. Christopher Bonney

25. Benjamin Agyare

26. Bernard Arthur

27. Abubakar Traore

28. Joseph Esso

29. Kofi Kordzi

30. Ansah Botchway

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Ghana Ghana Premier League Greater Hearts of Oak Sporting Club Kwame Kizito


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