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Ex Kotoko Goalkeeper reveals He Snubbed Hearts Of Oak For New Club

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Former Goalkeeper for Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Felix Annan has revealed that rival club Accra Hearts of Oak tried to sign him after he left the Kumasi based club.

Felix Annan is currently a player for Maryland Bobcats FC in the United States of America and has done well enough to secure his spot after keeping eight clean sheets in 20 appearances for the club.

Speaking about his exit from the Kumasi based club, Felix Annan revealed that he felt he had done enough for the club and therefore wanted a change in environment. 

The player further revealed that although he had interest from many clubs in the Ghana Premier league, including Accra Hearts of Oak, the opportunity to play outside of the league was a big factor in his decision making. 

He said “Almost every club in the Ghana Premier League wanted me to play for them when I announced my exit from Kotoko, including Hearts of Oak. I declined the numerous calls from the local clubs because I wanted a new environment outside Ghana. I felt I had given and proved myself enough and there was nothing to prove anywhere again in Ghana”.


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