Hearts To Sign On Nigeria Striker

Blessing Sunday Ojoga, a striker of Nigerian side Abia Warriors FC, will be on his way to Ghana in the next few weeks for a two-month trial with Accra Hearts of Oak.

The former UNICEM Rovers striker told Sports Vanguard that the deal for him to join the Ghanaian team was brokered by his agent, Ted Hargaurd from Demark.

Blessing who had attended a similar trial before said that he is hopeful to make it this time around.

The Otukpo born left winger was sidelined by a serious injury but has since bounced back after one year before he was signed by the Abia Warriors.

He said, “I am very happy for the call-up and this time around with God on my side, I will make it. Accra Hearts of Oak is a great team and I will be very happy to play for such a great world class football club.”

Hearts are embarking on a massive restructuring exercise with some players set to be axed by in-coming coach Professor Mintah.

Meanwhile, Hearts goalkeeper Tetteh Luggard has targeted a personal and club improvement for next season.

Tetteh was recalled to join the first team after injury to Philemon McCarthy and ended the season as number.

“I am satisfied with my performance this season on a personal note but I feel we could have done better as a collective unite,” Luggard told GHANASoccernet.com

“Football you learn everyday knowing that its only practice that can improve you.

“Considering the situations in the club I feel we did a good job.

“I am looking to continue growing and off course for Hearts to recapture that form that made this club a great one.”

*The Ghanaian forward has given back to society by donating to a rehabilitation centre in the Western region

Ghana striker John Antwi has donated food items and drinks worth GH¢1,000 to the Remar Rehabilitation Centre at Kejabil in the Western region of Ghana.

The budding striker, who won the goal king award in the Egyptian league last season with Ismaily, donated the items as his token to aid the inmates.

“I am very delighted that I have an opportunity to contribute a little towards the kids at this centre. God willing, with more blessings, I will do more,” the striker stated.

Antwi has played for Dreams FC, Hearts of Oak and Eleven Wise and is currently on the wanted list of Al Ahly, Zamalek and clubs in Germany.

He netted 12 goals for Ismaily last season and was one of the best players in the Egyptian league.

 

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