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10 Nov

Three Fledgling Stars Hearts Of Oak Must Go For

League football may have come to a halt but there are still some immensely talented footballers (others of dubious quality) still searching for clubs and there is still the possibility that they could get back to the top as was the case seasons ago. 
 
With confidence at an all time low at Hearts of Oak due to the departure of several key players, kickgh.com attempts to recommend players the Phobians could go for in their quest to restore the club’s lost glory as they embark on a new direction.
 
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.
 
Samuel Atta Mensah
 
The Wa All Stars midfielder was featured in the UK‘s Guardian 60 wonderkids in 2016. He’s stagnated a bit since. 
 
Unlike a certain breed who fall by the wayside for one reason or another – Samuel Atta Mensah still has it and could be very helpful to the new look Hearts.
 
He loves to play as an attacking midfielder where he prods, pokes and pinges passes over and through opposition lines with vision, and also dribbles excellently.
 
It is visible that watching Luka Modric left an impression on Samuel’s youth. He has the unpredictability shared by so many beloved play-makers of yore and can score from range. He’s capable of using both feet, which makes him difficult to pin down.
 
He loves cutting in from the wing, taking up pockets of space between defence and midfield where he can do most of the damage.
 
Zakaria Mumuni
 
Just like Samuel Atta Mensah, Zakaria Mumuni is another highly talented youngster who is yet to hit the height he’s been tip to. 
 
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. 
 
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. 
 
He would be a good bargain and could come cheap as it is reported in the Ghanaian media that he’s seen out his contract with Aduana Stars.
 
Michael Yeboah
 
Michal Yeboah has failed to nail a down a slot in Asante Kotoko’s first team since he was promoted from the club’s youth team and the situation is likely to escalate with the addition of several new recruits of the same position. 
 
The youngster’s name was missing in Kotoko’s team to participate in the CAF Confederation Cup- a testament that he isn’t needed at the club at least for now.
 
It could be well that Michael Yeboah is 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.
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