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Selasi Adjei : “I still have ‘UNFINISHED BUSINESS’ with Hearts of Oak”


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Former Accra Hearts of Oak and Amidaus Professionals attacker, Selasi Adjei has revealed that he has an unfinished business with the Phobians and ready to make things right with a second spell.

Speaking to a media outlet, Selasi Adjei said that he is ready to give out his best should he be given a second chance with Accra Hearts of Oak.

“I didn’t give my very best because of the challenge at Hearts. It wasn’t the same challenge I faced at Amidaus.I now know what it takes to finish the job.”

“I know Hearts of Oak has one of the best strikers in the league, but I just need a season or half to match up with them. I have an unfinished business with Hearts of Oak that I need to complete”, he quizzed.

“I thought I would get things that easily because of the crop of players around. I had hope in the likes of Winful Cobbinah, Kofi Abanga and the rest for more assists, but things did not go well as I thought”, he added.

Hearts of Oak signed Selasi Adjei from Amidaus Professionals in 2013 after his impressive performance, bagging in 10 goals in 2012/2013 Ghana Premier League to replace Mahatma Otoo who was set to leave the Phobian by the end of the season.

He played 53 games for Accra Hearts of Oak and scored 23goals


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