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Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak yesterday announced the of former Bechem United forward Abednego Tetteh on the club’s official Twitter handle yesterday.

Tetteh, who is referred to as  Zlatan Ibrahimovic’ described his move to the former African champions as a dream come true penned a three-year deal with the Phobians.

He is expected to complement the efforts of Joseph Esso, Kofi Kordzi and Danjuma Kuti in front of goal as the Rainbow Club aims to end their over a decade-long drought for a major trophy should the season resume.
In an interview with Kumasi-based Fox FM, Abednego revealed the reason behind his move to the capital despite numerous clubs chasing his signature.

“Everything has gone through and I have signed a three-year contract with Accra Hearts of Oak,”
“Hearts is part of the numerous clubs that contacted me but I chose them because I wanted to feel at home. I followed my heart. It is a dream come true to sign for Hearts of Oak. All my family members are fans of Hearts. My father is even called Phobia,”

Tetteh continued: “There are players in the team before I came, we have to play together as a team. I am a Hearts player now and have trained with the team. I cannot talk about a different team.”
Responding to a recent social media bunter between himself and Asante Kotoko’s central defender Ismail Ganiu, Abednego said:

“Ismail Ganiu of Kotoko is my friend, so it is normal we argue from opposite sides. Every player wants to play in a competitive game like Kotoko v Hearts similar to the El Classico [Barcelona v Real Madrid].”

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