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Hearts wield the axe: Ansah, Fiamenyo among likely departees

Posted On Saturday, 28th December 2013
Sampson Cudjoe is among players to leave Hearts of Oak this season

Sampson Cudjoe is among players to leave Hearts of Oak this season

By Akyereko Frimpong Manson

Follow Akyereko on Twitter: @Akyereko

Accra Hearts of Oak are planning a January clear-out which could see influential duo Obed Ansah and Gilbert Fiamenyoh axed from the club, according to reports. 

Flop Selasi Adjei who joined from Amidaus Professionals tops a seven-man list to be put on sale by the 20-time Ghana champions.

Midfielder Sampson Cudjoe, a former Medeama SC player, and three other players who have been on the fringes since the start of the season will have to give way to new arrivals as Hearts do not want to increase their squad size.

Selasi who scored seven times at Amidaus last season has scored just once this season for Hearts and is no more wanted at the club as he has failed to play in 80% of games this season.

Gilbert Fiamenyo’s spell at Hearts has been deviled by persistent injuries and has not found the confidence to play since the exit of David Duncan.

Hearts have acquired free agent Ezekiel Tetteh who scored seven time for second-tier side Okwahu United last term.

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  1. Eric, Buokrom, K'si. says:

    Hearts of Oak are (19) times Champions in Ghana’s top flight NOT 20.





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