Accra Hearts of Oak have issued a warning to their new midfielder Gladson Awako after it was alleged from the player’s camp that he had been having strange dreams since he signed for the club last month.
The hearts communication team in a press release stated that the player has indeed been absent from the team and encouraged him to sort out his issues and join his teammates in training.
See full press release below.
However, amidst the troubles facing Awako, news in the media is indicating that the former Accra Great Olympics man could terminate his contract with Accra Hearts of Oak after just one month as he finds no alternative to solving his strange dreams.
Hearts of Oak have been accused by some section of fans on social media after the players were seen with flowers on their ears before their CAF Championship match against CL Kamsar.
Could this be the reason why Awako is having strange dreams after joining the club?
Kindly comment with your opinion.
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