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Midfield icon Justice Blay ready to fund Kotoko permanent stay after ruling out Hearts switch

Published on: 01 April 2020
Midfield icon Justice Blay ready to fund Kotoko permanent stay after ruling out Hearts switch
Justice Blay

On-loan Asante Kotoko midfielder Justice Blay has ruled playing for Hearts of Oak after pledging his commitment to the Porcupine Warriors.

The Medeama-owned player says is even ready to contribute money to help Kotoko secure him on a permanent deal.

Blay has seen his reputation soar since making that move to the Ghana Premier League giants.

''There were many approach for me to join Hearts of Oak during my days at Medeama but couldn’t be successful. I remember how one supporter of them who is a police officer (Sheriff Phobia) at Takoradi who was on my neck to sign for them but gave up on me,'' he told Kumasi FM.

''I cannot play for Hearts of Oak. I am a Kotoko player now. Should Kotoko fail to meet the demands of Medeama in a permanent deal, I will add my own money to avoid a move to Hearts of Oak should they be able to meet the demand.

''I cannot be ungrateful to Asanteman and the Kotoko fans for everything they have done for me.''

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