Mamane Lawali is a Nigerian International looking for ends meet at the nation's capital. Accra Hearts of Oak has treated the player with maximum professional level. The behavior of the player and his management team needs to have been snubbed for a long time.
But the board members of the glorious club in Ghana, decided to show maturity to prevent instability in the team. If any team will look shaky then it starts from an individual behavior that will spread to others.
Mamane's situation has to do with his unpaid signing off fee ranging around $10,000. The board of Hearts sat on this issue and have settled the player to extend his contract till 2022.
More importantly, it is the wish of the player to make it in the Niger national team so he have to be playing consistently. Meanwhile, the player deceive himself by failing to go for treatment at South Africa (Johannesburg).
Mamane has agreed to go for treatment and have agreed with his management to extend the contract for Hearts of Oak. Due to what Phobians have seen in the player and have push him to come back and perform for the team to get back his national call up.
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