Accra Hearts of Oak have captured the signature of highly-rated defender Konadu Yiadom, after parting ways with relegated West African Football Academy, WAFA. His transfer generated wild attention as a last minute effort was put in by arch rivals Asante Kotoko, to snatch him from the rainbow club. Following the addition of Konadu Yiadom, is the rainbow club going to have the best defense in the new season?
As Konadu Yiadom looks set to join them and battle for a regular spot, what entails in the line up in the imminent season?
Konadu Yiadom is in pole position to start a game with Mohammed Alhassan for Accra Hearts of Oak. The duo have had the opportunity to play Black Galaxies and that is likely to repeat at Accra Hearts of Oak.
A probable line up of Samuel Inkoom - Dennis Korsah - Mohammed Alhassan - Konadu Yiadom could prove difficult for attackers to breach and penetrate. It looks formidable on paper and there is a strong indication of making it work on the field when the new season kicks off.
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