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Hearts not done with off-season signings, Yamoah, Atinga and others to join

Published on: 31 August 2014
Hearts of Oak team manager Sabahn Quaye

Hearts of Oak’s team manager Sabahn Quaye says the club is not yet done with its business in the transfer market with the likes of Richard Yamoah yet to join.

The experienced Hasaacas player and Ebusua Dwarfs defender Vincent Atinga are expected to seal their move to the Phobians before the start of the Ghana Premier League season.

Hearts coach Herbert Addo had earlier hinted to some more changes to be made to his side following Saturday’s GHALCA Top 4 defeat to Heart of Lions.

And team manager Sabahn Quaye now confirms some more signings will be made soon with specific mentions of Richard Yamoah and Vincent Atinga.

“It is good we’ve played this match, it has unearth and broaden our horizon on how our transfer dealings should be,” he told

“People we think they can play, it is good we have given them the opportunity so we can assess them in a competitive mood.

“We still expect some players from some Premier League clubs and some are training with us but their clubs have adviced us not to use them until everything is sealed.

“We will abide by that rule and then continue with our business.

“Try to expect Atinga and Yamoah from Hasaacas and some many more we have lined up.”


  • leghe says:
    September 01, 2014 05:11 am
    Does the name Atinga play football
  • Jacob abanga says:
    August 31, 2014 10:51 pm
    go for sulley mohammed and asiedu attobrah
  • zakary awal says:
    September 01, 2014 11:13 pm
    we must get energetic,strong and tall players like vincent atinga so that our defence will look very compact and rigid for the league
  • George Freeman says:
    August 31, 2014 09:46 pm
    Samuel Afful and Yakubu mohammed should be included in the team to make the attack sharp.
  • Ernest Alabi says:
    September 01, 2014 06:26 am
    I was at the stadium last Saturday and I saw the performance of Fiamenyo. He doesn't deserve to be in the team.
  • Ernest Alabi says:
    September 01, 2014 06:31 am
    Please go look for good strikers who can score goals. We have suffered for too long.