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Hearts snap up Gilbert Fiamenyo from Heart of Lions

Posted On Friday, 10th August 2012

Striker Gilbert Fiamenyo has signed for Hearts of Oak

Hearts of Oak have signed striker Gilbert Fiamenyo for an undisclosed fee from Heart of Lions, MTNFootball.com can exclusively reveal.

Fiamenyo becomes the second big-name signing for the Phobians after defender Seth Owusu reached a deal to move from Medeama SC on Wednesday.

Hearts have also captured budding star Paapa Hayford also for an undisclosed fee from second-tier side Dreams FC .

“I can confirm the capture of Gilbert Fiamenyo and Paapa Hayford to you,” the club’s Chief Executive Fred Crentsil told MTNFootball.com

“Our transfer activities are strategic and at our own pace. We want to improve the side for the coming season.”

Hearts want to fortify their squad for the upcoming campaign after ending last season without a silverware. .

The club have not won the Ghana Premier League since 2009.

Source: MTNFootball.com

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. KT says:

    MTN Football….that’s more credible. I hope Gilbert gets a good season. Welcome back home!!

  2. BABA says:

    Good news. Efo Gigss, welcome to Ga.

  3. Good signing, a very good buy indeed. It is now left with the likes of Sakyi Quaye (New Edubiase), Emmanuel Ansong (Aduana Stars), Yakubu Mohammed (AshantiGold), Daniel Asamoah (Ashantigold) and Wahab Abdullai (Dunkwa United). Surely this season is gonna be ours, well done Togbe!!

  4. Richie Nel says:

    So i am wrong. The same school boys are not going to play next season. Well done Hearts of Oak.

  5. fred says:

    This is the mistake the big clubs make 3 seasons ago this would have cost hearts far lesser than the price they paid for him now.Instead of developing the youth system we spend huge moneys to purchase players expensively from clubs who have good youth development system so the end results is clubs always having huge loss deficits.Wise up big clubs any way Fiamenyo welcome to the oak tree nd remember we need more than the 5 goals u scored last season.Yakubu should follow nd my fellow phobian fans please try and go to stadium when hearts are playing matches because nothing good comes cheap.

  6. Francis Obeng from Kumasi says:

    Yes!!! That’s the Power and Might of His Majesty Togbe Afede and his able team. Well done. Hearts of Oak shall bounce back greatly in a grand style. Phoooobia!!! REAL CONTINENTAL CLUB MASTERS.

  7. Choco says:

    Any news about latif salifu of liberty? Perfect player 4 hearts. Cuz i heard fred tellin a tadi station the deal is 90% done. Hope it materialise. Phoobia! Masters

  8. Siame says:

    Well done,fred.phobia

  9. jon says:

    very happy to hear dis gud news,,i have also heard dunkwa utd stalwart defender wahab ,,whom coach sabuto polished ,,is on his way to de foobians,,,i bet u,,he is a gud material for hearts

  10. charles agyarko nti ymcmb says:

    gud signing.

  11. Jah Guide says:

    PHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOBIA THE REAL CONTINENTAL MASTERS

  12. MICHAEL says:

    I very much agree with Fred. Hearts of Oak should be developing their youth teams to provide the players for the senior team. This type of buying players is a huge waste of money and very unproductive way of developing and building your team for the future. What Hearts are doing is a short cut to long term development.

  13. GOOD ONE THERE AND THIS SEASON HEARTS WILL PROVE CRITICS WRONG

  14. Adamu Muftawu says:

    Certainly the repercussion of not grooming the young talent.Phobia allowed Fiamenyo to leave and have now gone to pay a huge sum for his return.Undoubtedly Fiamenyo is good material but this is a lesson to Glorious club.This season is ours.Phobia the best.

  15. saeed says:

    @choco,latif salifu is nw for chelsea,he came to a pharmacy am working,i ask him abt it n dat was wht he told me n said he wanted to play for hearts bt it did’nt go true.

  16. Evans. Thi is gud to develop the youth side . says:

    Why not develop the youth side. Heart the best.





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