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28.02.2009 Football News

Sudanese clubs chase Hearts quartet

Hearts of Oak have confirmed receiving inquiries about the availability of four players from two Sudanese sides after their impressive displays on tour.

Al Merreikh are reported to have made an offer for goalkeeper Laud Quartey, defender Dan Coleman and midfielder Esme Mends.

Khartoum-based side Al Hilal have requested for the services of enterprising midfieler Obed Ansah, Esme Mends and Dan Coleman.

Hearts played two international club friendlies against Hilal in 2-2 draw and a 0-1 defeat respectively.

The Phobians are enjoying a seven-point lead at the top of the Glo Premier League after ten match days. 

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