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31.12.2007 League Report

Hearts trio set to join exodus train

By ghansoccernet
Hearts trio set to join exodus train

Accra Hearts of Oak are set to lose three of their key players to foreign clubs by next week.

A high-ranking member of the management team has exclusively told Ghanasoccernet that defender Dan Quaye, and strikers Stanley Afedzie and Rueben Senyo have sealed deals with foreign clubs.

According to CEO Harry Zakkour, Quaye who recently returned from a loan stint in China, has been signed by a club in Sudan.

Afedzie has joined impressive Libyan side Al Ittihad while Senyo is flirting with and an Israeli club.

Even though the Phobians are struggling without the trio, Zakkour says the cash-strapped club needs the money from the transfers to turn around the fortunes of the club.

"It is a difficult choice we had to make because we need money to run the team effectively Hearts," Zakkour told Ghanasoccernet.

"The players too will be given nice salaries and they can also help their families so that Hearts is not seen as a side that prevent its layers from achieving their dreams of playing abroad.

"We can use some of the money to pay off our debts and also sign some new players to augment the squad."

Hearts are tenth in the standing of Ghana?s top league.