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Hearts of Oak sign former Liberty Professionals talisman Bernard Arthur

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Accra Hearts of Oak have announced the signing of former Liberty Professional enforcer Bernard Arthur.

Hearts of Oak were quick to snap-up the striker who returned from Algeria after terminating his contract with AS Aïn M’lila.

AS Aïn M’lila and the attacker agreed to part ways on mutual terms.

The 22-year-old joined AS Aïn M’lila from Tanzanian side Azam FC after leaving Liberty two seasons ago.

He will pair up with talisman Joseph Esso in the Hearts of Oak attack.

The Phobians have already signed Dominic Eshun from Karela United and have also renewed the contracts of youngsters Umar Manaf and Michel Sarpong.

 

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PHOTOS: Patrick Twumasi trains with new Club

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Patrick Twumasi trained for the first time with Turkish Club Gazişehir FK after completing a loan move from Spanish side Deportivo Alaves.

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VIDEO: Hearts of Oak players cast vote for FIFA World 11

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Players of Hearts of Oak got involved in the selection of the FIFA World 11 by casting their votes through the Professionals of Association of Ghana (PFAG)

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Europa League: Caleb Ekuban inspires Trabzonspor fightback against Sparta Prague

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Ghana international striker Caleb Ekuban netted and assisted a goal for Trabzonspor in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday evening at the Generali Arena.

The 25-year-old pulled one back for the Turkish Super Lig side with a fine strike in the 84th minute after Czech Republican Sparta had taken a 2-0 lead.

The 2019 AFCON Ghana forward unleashed a first-time shot from inside the box and beat the goalkeeper into the bottom right corner to halve the deficit for his side.

Former Ghana U17 forward Benjamin Tetteh started upfront for Sparta Prague in the game but he was booked on the 55th minute mark and replaced 10 minutes before the end of the game.

Benjamin Tetteh, behind, lasted 80 minutes for Sparta Prague
Benjamin Tetteh, behind, lasted 80 minutes for Sparta Prague

Ekuban then assisted Norwegian Alexander Sorloth to level the scoring for the visitors.

Ekuban missed Ghana’s penalty kick at the continental showpiece that resulted in the Black Stars’s exit from the tournament.

By El Akyereko

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