The Ghanain black stars player was stack in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia because of the Covid 19 pandemic that got football halted for almost the whole season and players over there got their contracts run out and terminated others. This was making it difficult for the expatriate to come back home and ensure that there is a smooth life for them in their country. People were expecting the experience player to join his former club Bechem but he has vowed to play Hearts of Oak that's why he want to join them now. The 30-year-old guardsman played his first game for the club during a friendly encounter against lower-tier side Hope for Future FC at the Acquainas Park on Wednesday. The former Red Star Belgrade defender revealed on last Thursday that, he is closing in on a move to the Accra Sports Stadium outfit. He remarked that the deal is 90 percent close to completion. “Well I have always been a Hearts of Oak fan but you know football is purely business now so I told myself I will play for the phobians before I call it a quit and I am relishing that dream now.”
Addy says he’s a Phobian and will soon bring his experience to the Ghana Premier League to help the club achieve their goals. “I have always been a Phobian but you know football has changed to business wise now, so I told myself I will play for the phobians before my career comes to an end and I am making that dream come through now, ” he told Starr FM. The ex-Berekum Chelsea player returned to the country last year after a dramatic spell in Ethiopia forced some Ghanaian players to plead for assistance back home due to COVID-19. He and 18 other players had to be airlifted home through the assistance of the FA and government. Addy has admitted his desire to offer his services to any Ghanaian club that needs him.
The playing style has nothing to do with the team, we are wishing tat everything goes on well for him at the presence of Samuel Boadu to grant him enough playing time. The problem right now has to do with the kind of performance the existing players are putting up. The competition at the back is enormously great and heartwarming which will help the team to improve. Information reaching strongheartsgh.com is that, Accra Hearts of Oak asked Lee Addy to train with the team for three weeks. After three weeks Papic was happy with the players performance but left immediately when he asked the management to sign him. Papic has left the club so Hearts of Oak wants Lee Addy to train again with the team until the new head coach is signed. Hearts of Oak will decide on signing Lee Addy next week if his performance will still be okay for the new Coach
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