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The newly signed player made his debut for Hearts as a leading striker

Hearts will be a great team in all the aspect they are making. The truth of the matter is that, is this striker better than what we have now.

The presence of Kofi Kordzi and other players will add a lot of pressure to the player. The supporters will not waste much time on him if he fails to deliver early.

Opoku Mensah, who left Ghana in 2017 to join Middlesbrough U23 from Division One League team Okyeman Planners, has signed a long-term deal with the club.

The English Championship club loaned him to Estonian top-flight league team FCI Levadia, however his contract was terminated due to his poor performance.

He then relocated to India, where he played for Minerva Punjab, Ozone FC, FC Bengaluru United, Bhawanipore FC, and BSS Sporting.

He is expected to bolster Hearts of Oak squad for their Caf Champions League campaign and the upcoming 2021/22 Ghana football season with Gladson Awako.

William Opoku Asiedu (born 1 April 1997) is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder. Besides Ghana, he has played in England, Estonia, Nepal and India.

The 23-year-old attacking midfielder have inked a four-year deal with the reigning Ghana Premier League after fruitful negotiations.

William Opoku Asiedu on the bench for Hearts of Oak for the first time. He is likely to make his debut for the club against Legon Cites this afternoon.

The impact of the player was not felt that much. It took Hearts of Oak to manage their way to get a victory which later ended in a drawn game.

This Legon Cities team outplayed Hearts of Oak and they deserved to get the goal as it came. The time and energy we want to see from the player never came to bear.

At least he should have come on early or not at all. There are a couple of players at the bench of Accra Hearts of Oak and if the coach is not ready for them he shouldn’t keep on signing any more players.

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