Former Hearts of Oak forward Bernard Arthur has sent a heartwarming goodbye message to the team and supporters after parting ways with the clubs.
Arthur, 23, joined Hearts of Oak on a free transfer in August 2019 but failed to impress at the club.
The Embittered Hearts of Oak attacker desperately wanted to exit the club after suffering what he terms neglect and disrespect from head coach Edward Nii Odoom due to lack of game time.
He confirmed an imminent move to Great Olympics during the course of the season.
The former Liberty Professionals forward was part of a list of four players, Benjamin Agyare, Christopher Bonney, Aboubacar Traoré, Bernard Arthur and most notably Joseph Esso who were released by the Ghanaian giants following the expiration of their contract on Friday.
Arthur finally has his freedom and has thanked the club for their services and his short stint with them.
"I would like to thank the Board of directors,Coaching staff and the players for the few time spent with them. “You can’t win always in life but even when loosing you opt to loose with a significant. I wish #AccraHeartsOfOak all the best and bring the spirit of the club back like I did for you against Liberty professionals".