12 Jul

BOMBSHELL: Kotoko and Hearts can't afford half of my salary in Sudan - Abednego Tetteh

The Al Hilal Omdurman misfit has stated that the two most glamorous clubs in Ghana cannot afford half of his salary in Sudan
 
Former Bechem United forward Abednego Tetteh has claimed that Kotoko and Hearts of Oak cannot secure his services in the local topflight for even half of his salary in Sudan.
 
Prior to his move to the Sudanese top division side, the 26-year -old  became a subject of great interest by the two heavyweight clubs in the local scene.
 
However, following his  release by Al Hilal Omdurman this month, the former Bechem United marksman has asserted he would not have traded the Ghanaian elite division for the Sudanese league had the two most decorated clubs tabled half of what he was to earn in Sudan.
 
"If Kotoko or Hearts of Oak could offer half of my salary in Sudan, l wouldn't have traveled all the way from Ghana to Sudan" Tetteh noted in an interview with Kumasi based Angel FM
 
He added: "There's no way l would've left my family home and come here to pass through any ordeal. Although l'm okay now as l know God will not let me down irrespective of what is happening now."
 
Tetteh had his contract with All Hilal Omdurman terminated due to uninspiring perfermances in the CAF Champions League.
 
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