Hearts of Oak has given it all in their splendid winger who double up as the striker for the club. He is the player with much goals in the team at the moment. The player has spent some good number of years in the Phobia colours but this season have been different for him.
It looks very impressive with the kind of deciding goals this season. All things been equal, the player is likely to extend his contract with the Continental club masters. He have been the saviour for the Phobians in hard times.
Some two teams from South Africa are looking for the player to sign a contract for the club. Keizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates are the clubs chasing the player. Knowing particularly that the team is projecting to Africa and wish all things been equal, it will be successful.
The Phobians after winning the GPL has set some unprecedented record with both players and coaches. The kind of treatment and homecoming the team and the players received is too much and outstanding indeed starting from the technical bench to the bench warmers in the team.
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