Togbe Afede XIV and supporters of the Hearts did an extremely better and improved business in signing Salifu Ibrahim. The Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a attacking midfielder for Accra Hearts of Oak. He previously played for Techiman Eleven Wonders. Salifu will receive Ghc3,000 as his monthly salary.
The talented midfielder joined Phobians in the on-going transfer window on a three year deal after passing his mandatory medicals.
Salifu has been in top form for Techiman Eleven Wonders and was among the players invited by Black Stars coach to begin camping for next month 2021 Africa Cup of Nations [Afcon] qualifiers against South Africa and São Tomé.Salifu will receive Ghc3,000 as his monthly salary.
At the long run the call up was deemed not credible because most of the players did not get their expectations. In other for them to get a better and a more improve performance at the senior level they were ignored at the end.
The star man for Techiman Eleven Wonders left the club as a core member of the team. He is the most influential player in the line up for his team before joining Hearts of Oak. At Hearts of Oak, he has won one Man of the Match award and have received five at Techiman Eleven Wonders. Making him the over all best best player in the league.
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