Accra Hearts of Oak legend Mohammed Ahmed Polo has admonished the rainbow club to convince star performer Daniel Afriyie Barnieh to stay for a season. As good as Daniel Afriyie Barnieh is as a player, Mohammed Ahmed Polo contends that the club must let the forward feel at home.
"Afriyie Barnieh is one of the brightest spots in Hearts of Oak. The management should convince him to stay once they know he is somebody who can help the team. They should make him feel comfortable and stay for at least one more season.” Mohammed Ahmed Polo told Otec FM.
Daniel Afriyie Barnieh has emerged a transfer pursuit of many foreign clubs. They have identified him as a talent with many potentials and Intend to acquire his signature.
Meanwhile, Accra Hearts of Oak are making efforts to keep him for the time being. Several reports indicate how the two parties, that is, Daniel Afriyie Barnieh and Accra Hearts of Oak are working behind the scene to extend their working relationship.
Daniel Afriyie Barnieh has been scoring for both club and country. He scored a consolation goal for Black Galaxies of Ghana, when they engaged Qatar yesterday, in an international friendly game in Austria.
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