Professionally, we hope everything will be fine with the inclusion of much experience defender but decision he has been taking doesn't leave up to expectation. The former Alanyaspor of Turkey center-back rejoined the Phobians on a two-year deal in April after a first stint between 2011 and 2014.
Recently, in the lockdown period where he newly signed for the Oak boys, media speculation says he is on the verge of cutting his stay, having reportedly received a lucrative offer from a club abroad. "I was surprised to hear I’m leaving Hearts of Oak. I do not know where the news is coming from. It is astonishing to me," Sulley told Kumasi FM. "The fans must disregard this and treat it with much contempt. Since we started the league the defenders have left us down with a lot of mistakes leading to our defeat. Meanwhile, Papic is still hopeful the two-week break can help the team bounce back and turn their fortunes around.
“Three matches we’ve not been scoring, this is the first game we scored, even the penalty was not good enough chance to score. “I don’t know, it’s like some kind of crisis is there that we are trying to work on, We have two weeks now, I think we will manage and come back better," he added.
The dreadful defeat started from Aduana Stars and continue without correcting their mistakes because they won two matches on the row. Hearts suffered a shock 2-0 away lose to Aduana Stars in their season before a lackluster performance in Tarkwa saw them humiliated 1-0 by Medeama on last three weeks Sunday. It has been a truly underwhelming start to the new campaign in every sense, two games, two defeats, no goal scored, 4 goals conceded and bound to occupy the middle with dangling points on the league at least until match day seven. The Phobians are interested in defenders Lee Addy, Diwusie Taylor, midfielders;; Salifu Ibrahim (De Maria) and Justice Blay as well as goalkeeper. Ghana's leading football website can confirm.
The Phobians are desperate to find emergency replacements for several of their stars who have left the club at the beginning of the season. Hearts ace Joseph Esso is being on a free transfer to CapeCoast side Dreams FC in while defender Kofi Kordzi is seeking floating status to facilitate his move abroad. Now that things are moving on well too the skillful Afriyie Barnieh has got an improved contract from French League1 side Amiens SC.
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