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EXCLUSIVE: Hearts of Oak sign striker Bright Lukman for three years

Published on: 17 November 2016
Bright Lukman has signed for Hearts of Oak.

Hearts of oak have completed the signing of Ebusua Dwarfs striker Bright Lukman Nurudeen, GHANASoccernet.com can exclusively report.

He signed a three-year contract on Thursday at the club's secretariat in Accra.

Lukman is a marquee signing after the club secured the services Anthony Nimo, Joshua Otoo and Henry Jay Lamptey from lower division Club Danbort.

Two seasons ago, he banged in 30 goals to help Dwarfs secure qualification to the Ghana Premier League.

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  • Abdu says:
    November 17, 2016 03:11 pm
    May he succeed at Hearts of Oak and may the club shine
  • Sticky says:
    November 17, 2016 04:02 pm
    I told you that we should give Odoi tei sometime be he has done it before in the year 2009 he brought in the likes of midfield maestro Esme mends, hamza abdulai, abanga to , mahatma Otto , and he won the league for us
  • joni says:
    November 17, 2016 04:21 pm
    marquee signing... Really GSN..this guy hasn't even gotten a local black star call up...don't get me wrong why are we signing all these marquee players when we don't have a head coach..#jokers
  • Sticky says:
    November 17, 2016 07:18 pm
    I just finished watching hearts against medeama what a poor performance of the coach twea. I told one of friends that coach Wellington cannot read a game I knew him very very poor tactical coach how can this be our assistant coach? The coach of medeama Evans Addotey was on top of the game looking at the tactical changes he made by bringing in the Benjamin Bature for the equalizer. In the modern football you a very good assistant coach who be helping the senior coach so you cannot just brought in Wellington just to add to the numbers .my question is who recommended this scrap to the management to sign? The goalkeeper did pretty well and nimo the forward lines were useless and the blind coach couldn't see