Hearts of Oak sack new boy Emmanuel Mintah from training Featured
29 Jan

Hearts of Oak sack new boy Emmanuel Mintah from training

The lanky midfielder has been asked to halt his training with the first team of the Capital-based club.
The management of Accra Hearts of Oak have told Emmanuel Mintah to end his training with the senior team with an immediate effect 
The 28-year-old who joined the club on a free transfer last year has been told not join the team's training session at the Pobiman training complex.
It is believed that the club have decided to end their company with the former Karela United star after three months following his poor performance.
Mintah has been struggling for playing time since the arrival of Emmanuel Nettey, Frederick Ansah Botchway and Abdul Aziz Nurudeen.
"I have been told by the club to stop training with an immediate effect," Mintah told Kickgh.com
"No explanation given to me by any official of Hearts of Oak.
"They said my contract has been terminated, which sounds so strange to me because nobody has called me for a contract termination"
Mintah was without a club after ending his stay with Karela United in July 2019
He previously played for several second-tier sides including BA Stars, Dunkwa United among others.
Mintah made 13 appearances for Karela United during the GFA Normalization Committee Special Competition
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