Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club, commonly referred to as Hearts of Oak or just Hearts, is a professional sports club based in Accra (Greater Accra), Ghana.
The continental club masters ate planning to blend the young blood with the professional players. This is what the club is commonly know for in this difficult era of player contract issues.
Accra Hearts of Oak have on Tuesday signed a young wing sensation Appiah Clinton on a 5-year deal. The youngster becomes Hearts’ first signing of the winter with many more expected to arrive in the coming days.
Appiah Clinton joined the Phobians from lower-tier side Lazio FC and once featured for Ashantigold FC.
Appiah is unusual in that he is a right-footed winger who plays on the right – but he also does far more than just run towards the byline and put a cross into the box.
He manoeuvres himself intelligently to beat opponents and uses his huge stride and devastating pace to run diagonally towards goal.
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