I will love to play for Hearts of Oak again – Leonard Tawoah

    Former Accra Hearts of Oak midfielder, Leonard Tawiah has expressed his desire to play for the club again when he returns to the West African country. 

    The hardworking middleman left the shores of Ghana in 2018 to sign for Lebanese top-flight side Akhaa Ahli Aley FC on the back of a commendable 2-year stay with the Phobians.

    Now plying his trade in Equatorial Guinea with Futuro Kings FC, Leonard Tawiah says he still has a love for Hearts of Oak and will gladly sign for the side when he returns to Ghana.

    “As a player, I will not rule out a return to the local league because that is where I started from”.

    “I am Hearts of Oak fan and former player so I am ever ready to play for Hearts of Oak again”, Owusu told Alpha Radio.


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