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Friday, 25 June 2021 12:24

We never say die until the bones are rotten - Ex-Hearts of Oak Player quips

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Former Hearts of Oak striker, Sadat Karim has thrown his support to the 'Rainbow Club' ahead of the biggest game coming up against their bitterest rivals Asante Kotoko on Sunday at the Ohene Gyan Stadium.


Both teams have tied up on 56 points each on the current Ghana Premier League log after picking victories in the midweek with Hearts of Oak leading with only goal difference and many believe Sunday's clash is definitely going to be the decider for this season's league.

Sadat Karim, 29, after the Phobians had humbled Legon Cities FC to reclaim the top spot last Thursday night, took to his official Twitter handle to rally behind his former club heading into the epic clash this weekend. He wrote; 
'It's not just a jersey, is a skin. It's not just a Stadium, is our home. It's not just a game, is our life.'
'We ain't just a team, we are a Family. And we NEVER SAY DIE THE BONES ARE ROTTEN."
The 29 year old featured for Hearts of Oak in the 2012/13 season and had cut his stay short with them short due to series of injuries he encountered those times. Definitely not what he expected.
At the moment, the ex- Black Satellites forward is with Halmstads BK and has featured in all the eight games they played so far, netting a goal in the ongoing Swedish topflight (Allsvensken).
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