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Revealed: Mozart Adjettey rejected Hearts of Oak offer to sign for Dreams FC

Published on: 06 November 2015

Former Heart of Lions goalie Mozart Adjetey  has revealed that he rejected an offer from Accra Hearts of Oak to sign for newly promoted side Dreams FC.

The former national goalie revealed that he made the choice because of the good managerial practices of the leadership of the Kweiman club.

“It’s a great club with very experienced people at helm of affairs. I feel good to have come to this club, today is my first day at the club and the atmosphere is very welcoming. The players are also good too.” Adjetey told the media during his unveiling ceremony with Dreams FC.

“Big clubs including Hearts of Oak wanted my signature but I feel Dreams FC is the best choice for me.

“One of my friends-Benjamin Tetteh who’s a former player advised me to come and not only him but one Coach Eben also did same. I believe I have made the best choice.

“I will bring my experience to the club so we achieve what we want.

“I saw a lot of quality when I came to the club’s training and I think we can stay in the league”, he revealed.

Born on 8 November 1986, in Accra, Mozart played for Medeama SC until the end of the 2012/13 season before switching camp from the Tarkwa-based club to Kpando-based Hearts of Lions.

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