It is a strong bond to come into agreement with Accra Hearts of Oak because the club has one of the best Division team in the Greater Accra region. They have produced a lot of players for the Senior team Hearts of Oak to be able to sell some, loan some and keep others to compete in the league to gain experience. In any business there must be interest to reach out to the authorities concerning your interest first before negotiations. Sources reveal that Division One League side Samartex have rejected the offers made by Hearts and Kotoko for winger Benjamin Yorke. Both Premier League giants in their bid to strengthen their squad inquired of the availability of the winger in a letter but Samartex in reply showed no interest in letting the player go, at least until the end of the season. A source close to samartex management hinted to Oyerepa FM/TV that this decision was borne out of the club’s quest to qualify to the Premiership. Should they qualify they might not consider any offer but their inability to qualify can encourage them to do business with any of these clubs. Currently one of the most potent attackers in the country, the forward is in the race to win the top goalscorer award if he can maintain and improve his form in front of goal as the season progresses.
On Monday, March 1, 2021, a letter from Dreams FC confirmed interest to sign Kwame Peprah with the Dawu-based club indicating that they would want to sit down and have a negotiation with the management of King Faisal. While the team from Kumasi is yet to respond to Dreams FC, Otec FM has reported that Hearts of Oak has also written to King Faisal expressing interest to sign the highly-rated striker.
The Phobians in the last 24 hours appointed Coach Samuel Boadu as their new head coach. The Dawu based club are hoping to bolster their upfront with the acquisition of the budding talented forward from the 'Insha Allah' boys. Peprah has been instrumental for King Faisal in the ongoing Ghana Premier League season with his blistering performances. He has proven to be a difficult customer for most Premier League clubs in the ongoing season. The King Faisal forward has netted 8 times in 13 games, assisting 4 and awarded the MVP on 3 occasions. Peprah has been one of his club's shining stars this season; a departure of Ibrahim Osman meant the youngster was called on, and the forward needed no time to settle into the team.
Accordingto Richard Baidoo this season’s has seen some talented strikers showcasing their abilities in the Ghana Premier League, players such as, Kwame Peprah, Kwame Poku, Jonas Attuquaye, Yahaya Mohammed and others but Karela United goalkeeper Richard Baidoo sees Diawusie Taylor as the best among them all in the ongoing Ghana Premier League.
The teams are been redundant to sell to the Phobians looking at their squad depth and they are still buying shows some level of disrespect to the other clubs. Very soon the monopoly of the Accra based club will soon come to pass with the kind of investment the club is doing to make sure that they get to the better days of winning all trophies round the Continent. Richard Baidoo in an interview with Ghana- Accra Base Radio Station Angel FM stated that he has seen some fine attackers but Diawisie Taylor this season has shown in consistent games that he’s the best and has the numbers to back his claims. Karela United attacker Diawusie Taylor has won the Premier League NASCO Player of the Month for January. Taylor beat off competition from Great Olympics’ Maxwell Abbey, Daniel Lomotey from WAFA and James Bissue’s from Elmina Sharks
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