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Ex-Hearts of Oak captain Amankwah Mireku blasts club’s ungrateful players for rejecting deal extensions



Soccer News of Wednesday, 12 August 2020

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Ex-Hearts of Oak captain Amankwah Mireku insists administration are unable to be blamed for the exit of quintet Joseph Esso, Benjamin Agyare, Christopher Bonney, Bernard Arthur and Abubakar Troare.

The club discussed the 5 players refused to indicator deal extensions after the expiration of their initial promotions.

This implies all of them are accessible for free transfers ahead of the new Ghana Premier League time.

Hearts lovers have blamed administration for his growth but Mireku states it is not usually the case.

”Management are unable to be only blamed for no cost players exit but occasionally the gamers determine in opposition to extensions but professionally I assume management should really constantly start early negotiations with the gamers if they need to have them,” he instructed Nkunim FM.

”Some of the players are ungrateful for the reason that players like Atinga, Kizito, Razak and co had been all from nowhere but Hearts of Oak gave them the platform but later on they stood from extensions and still left for absolutely free.

”But from time to time much too when players from nowhere be part of a team, they are at times dealt with badly and when is time for extension the players also look at how he was obtained or dealt with to decides his foreseeable future.

”So its far better for Hearts of Oak to look at how they handle players particularly all those from nowhere.”


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