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Exclusive: Accra Great Olympics FC Joins WAFA SC In Pursuit of Hearts of Oak SC Star

Accra Great Olympics Football Club have joined troubled WAFA SC in the race for the signature of Hearts of Oak SC star player, 442gh.com exclusively reports.

The Dade Boys failed to replicate their image redemption 2020/21 blistering form in the opening seven fixtures of the campaign and have since identified some areas in their team that needs reinforcement.

Hearts of Oak Champions 300x300 - Exclusive: Accra Great Olympics FC Joins WAFA SC In Pursuit of Hearts of Oak SC Star

The 1970 and ’74 Ghanaian champions stormed the camp of their regional rivals, Hearts of Oak SC, for the signature of Richmond Ayi ahead of the January transfer.

Richmond Ayi bossed the number one spot for Accra Hearts of Oak SC until the arrival of Richard Attah relegated him to the bench.

Joining Accra Great Olympics FC in the race for the signature of Richmond Ayi is WAFA SC, whose form in the opening seven matches has been patchy.

Richmond Ayi 1 300x300 - Exclusive: Accra Great Olympics FC Joins WAFA SC In Pursuit of Hearts of Oak SC Star Richmond Ayi in Action 300x300 - Exclusive: Accra Great Olympics FC Joins WAFA SC In Pursuit of Hearts of Oak SC Star

Richmond Ayi earned his status as one of the trusted pair of hands on the local terrain with some flying saves at the Sogakope Red Bulls Arena.

With Richard Baidoo recently usurping Richmond Ayi as the number two shot stopper in the camp of Accra Hearts of Oak SC, the lanky goalkeeper is destined to leave the camp of the defending champions when the winter transfer window is officially opened.

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Saani Abacha

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