Three Future Replacements For Patrick Razak At Hearts Featured
06 Oct

Three Future Replacements For Patrick Razak At Hearts

Patrick Razak’s contract situation is much in the air and that will seriously worry fans of the club who wouldn’t want to experience the departure of key players as was the case last season.
The winger is said to have his offer of an improved contract rebuffed by the highest echelon of the club. With the entrenched positions taken by both parties, it can only mean that the bromance between Patrick Razak and Accra Hearts of Oak is all but ended.
The pacey diminutive winger Razak joined the Phobians at the start of the 2015/16 season from Tamale Utrecht Academy and instantly became an integral member of the side with his fighting spirit, energy and ferocity on the flanks embodying his managers’ philosophy brilliantly. 
As ever the intelligent winger was always seen setting the tone beautifully for his side with his splendid displays, pressing relentlessly and tracking back doggedly, as his physicality and pace unsettled opponents. 
He is believed to be the best or one of the best in his position in the domestic league.
While there’s no doubting that Razak has been outstanding in the famous Rainbow colours there’s a growing feeling that this could be his final moments with the Continental Club Masters.
Below we pluck out three current stars on the local scene that could make the well-trodden path from their current abode over to Accra to begin a career with the Phobians.
Frank Sarfo Gyamfi
Now a free agent, the winger arrived at Kotoko from an unsuccessful spell with South African side, Maritzburg United with a stellar reputation for finding the back of the net. He’s hard working, pacey, physical and with a good sense of positioning and blessed with an ability to shoot with either foot.
The Porcupine Warriors were seeking a player who could score goals while operating from the wings and also feed their attackers with delightful crosses. Sarfo Gyamfi looked to be the perfect acquisition for their requirements; unfortunately, Sarfo Gyamfi failed to convince the Kumasi club of his prowess hence his release months back.
It could be well that Sarfo Gyamfi was a victim of circumstance at Kotoko, as the club has a far from stable platform for him to grow from. 
As sometimes can happen with transfers, it seems to have simply been a case of being in the wrong place at the right time for him. Perhaps a fresh start with the Phobians will be the right thing for this young player whose natural talent is not in doubt.
The Wa All Stars winger’s development may have stagnated a bit due to injury but when fit, there aren’t many more exciting wingers in the Ghanaian top-flight than him. Kelvin Andoh is a clever player. 
He tries to do better and has done better. He is an exceptional engine, always ready to execute his duties efficiently and effectively. He runs, his movements is great, he’s brave and exceptionally humble. 
Andoh is a delight to watch and his searing pace, a nightmare for opposing defenders. He will surely be tempted. It’s only natural that he would be, such is the lure of playing for a club like Accra Hearts of Oak.
Not only would he receive a significant bump in pay, which is tempting enough, but he would also have the chance to etch his name among great players that ever played for the club.
Unlike the aforementioned players, Nutakor plays in Ghana’s second tier league with Sporting Mirren. 
Watching SP Mirren play is a unique experience- especially when Nutakor touches the ball and the fans starts shouting “Powerful 17.” 
Then you know an opponent has just been outwitted. He surely deserves all the hype. The uncanny control and whiplash elasticity, his curves and straights, the way he passes and crosses the ball at strange and unexpected angles corroborates how talented he is. He plays as winger and occasionally as an attacking midfielder.
Possessing searing pace, sublime dribbling abilities and strength, he’s is a hugely proposition for any defender to handle in a 1v1 situation. Indeed, being so adept in this regard has positive ramifications for his teammates too, for he regularly gets double or triple teamed, which importantly creates space for teammates to utilise.
His movement is another highlight of his, using this to surge in behind with superbly timed runs, find space or be instrumental in creating overloads.
The Phobians may be losing Patrick Razak but should they be able to get hold of any of the aforementioned players, the Phobians would be making a very good business and won’t greatly miss the absence of Razak.
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