Former Hearts of Oak striker, Bernard Arthur has urged the club to reorganize themselves and come back stronger next season. The Phobians won the treble last two seasons but have managed to claim the FA Cup last season, taking them back two straight Confederation Cup. Bernard Arthur spoke exclusively to Radio Gold Sports.
There have been some bad moment for the club for terminating players contract and releasing them to look for a club. It has not gone down well with me since I became the head coach of the club. This is one of the difficult thing for me to do as a coach. But, I wish them the best and hard luck to push through and get more playing time at other clubs. The direction of the Club is no more with the usual team but building from the scratch (academy), so if there is going to be a big buy then it might be a young player.
Accra Hearts of Oak have confirmed the release of five players including their top marksman Joseph Esso. The club's official statement reads "Hearts of Oak management has met players, Joseph Esso, Benjamin Agyare, Christopher Bonney, Bernard Arthur, and Abubakar Traore, and thanked them for their services as both sides opted not to extend their contracts." "We wish them the very best of luck in their respective careers" Accra Hearts of Oak have completed the signing of Joseph Esso in 2018 and he has so far
Phobian faithfuls have been dealt with a huge blow as the club announced the sudden depture of kingpin Joseph Esso and four others. Ghanaian giants Accra Hearts of Oak have parted company with five players with immediate effect following their contract expiration with the club. The management of the Never Say Die outfit hesitated on the decision to extend the contracts of defender Benjamin Agyare, Christopher Bonney together with expatriate Aboubakar Traore and notably Joseph Esso and Benard Arthur. The official
Former Hearts of oak defender, Benjamin Agyare has stated that Joseph Esso was willing to extend his contract with the Continental Club masters but the phobian didn’t do enough to keep the Striker. According to him, the club will regret for losing such a great talent like Esso. “I was shocked when the management allowed Esso to leave. Esso was willing and ready to Play for hearts, they should have try as much as possible to keep him” He told ABN Ghana. “Even the Ghc 50 they gave us for transportation,
Former Hearts of Oak defender Benjamin Agyare born in Accra, Ghana has completed a move to newly-promoted Albanian top-flight side FK Apolonia Fier. The former Hearts of Lions defender joins the club on a free transfer after terminating his contract with Ghana Premier League giants Hearts of Oak this August. Agyare will be hoping to rediscover his form in the Albanian league after a torrid times with Hearts of Oak. The rolly-poly defender was released by the Phobians about two months ago after returning from
Former Hearts of Oak striker, Bernard Arthur has set sight on playing for a Ghana premier league that offers him a good deal. Arthur , 24 , was last on the payroll of Albanian premier league side, FK Apolonia. He spent only nine months after having a misunderstanding with a member of the club’s technical team.