Ex black stars midfielder Laryea Kingson has returned to the local league to play for Accra Hearts of Oak after failed stints in Europe.
The former Hearts player joins the club with two ex kotoko players in the persons of Edward Affum, Ganiyu Haruna and Liberty professionals play maker James Abban.
The quartet will join the Phobians for the second round of the league which begins on February 19,2012.Hearts of oak’s inconsistent performance in the Glo premier league has prompted the new leadership to strengthen the squad.
The 2000 CAF champions league winners are 3rd on the league table after the 1st round of matches, with just 4points adrift of archrivals Kotoko. The centenary club hopes to be crowned as champions at the end of the season.
” We have much believe and confidence in these players and we hope they compliment the effort of Mahatma, Uriah, Abbey and the rest of the squad in the 2nd round to put us at where we belong”. Albert Commey Hearts PRO echoed on Asempa Fm’s Sports Morning Show.
Hearts open their 2nd round campaign with a game against Ashgold at Obuasi Len Clay Sports Stadium on February 19,2012
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