Accra, May 16, GNA – Ernest Sowah newly signed
goalkeeper of Accra Hearts of Oak, has revealed that he has signed a two and
half years deal with the club.
The former Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Berekum Chelsea goalkeeper, described the new move as a “dream come true” adding that, it was a delight to join the phobia family.
Sowah, in an interview with the media that, he was ready to contribute his quota to the club and was confident they would reach greater heights.
According to the experienced goalkeeper, his presence would help alleviate the goalkeeping problems of the club in the season, adding it was the reason the club recruited him.
“I am going to work hard to push the club forward, because that is why I joined them,” he noted.
The goalkeeper, who completed his much awaited move to the Hearts of Oak on Wednesday, is expected to be registered for the remaining matches of the ongoing Ghana Premier League.
The goalkeeper was released by Asante Kotoko this season after he fell out with the management.