Former Bechem United striker Abednego Tetteh has revealed that he will love to play for Accra Hearts of Oak one day. According to the strong forward, it has been his dream to wear the rainbow colours sine he was a child.
“I have always been dreaming of wearing the rainbow jersey since my childhood”, Abednego Tetteh said in an interview with Energy FM in the Western Region.
The player is currently in Ghana after spending a spell with Sudanese side Al-Hilal when he moved from Bechem United December last year. The players opines that he is now free and ready to pen his signature for any club that comes knocking. Even though he is open to joining Kotoko, his preferred choice however is Accra Hearts of Oak.
“I’m free now to join any club in Ghana here but I would be happy to play for Hearts and Kotoko or I may rejoin Bechem united because is there that I made my name before I travelled outside”.
The Phobians yesterday unveiled their new head coach Kim Grant who is also going to double up as Technical Director of the club. It is clear some players will be shown the exit door with the cub poised to build a winsome side and get back to their glory days. With that in mind, the possibility of some big name signings looks eminent and Abednego could get his wish.