Former Bechem united play-maker Abednego Kofi Tetteh has revealed that he is a fan of Ghana’s oldest Premier League side Accra Hearts of Oak.
Speaking on Happy FM’s Anopa Bosuo Sports with PJ Mozey, the striker revealed that he supports only two clubs in the world, Hearts of Oak and Manchester United.
“I am a Hearts of Oak fan and all my family are Phobians. I love Hearts and Manchester united. My late father was a staunch Phobian and he used to have an old Hearts replica jersey he wore anytime Hearts played Kotoko,” Abednego Tetteh revealed.
Speaking on why he scored a hat-trick against his own club last season in the Premier League, he said his job was to score goals and as a professional he must put aside his personal feelings.
“We prayed on Saturday before the game and right after the prayers I called the PRO of the club that I will score a hat-trick against Hearts. He replied that if I’m able to do that, he will lie down for me to walk over him. I also told my father, who supports Hearts, not to listen to the radio commentary of the Bechem match against Hearts, because I was going to score three goals against Hearts”. Adednego recounted on Happy FM.
Tetteh, who has been on the wish list of many top clubs in Ghana and beyond both local and beyond, disclosed that he has been contacted by some top men in Hearts of Oak including Sabahn Quaye.
“I have been contacted by some Hearts of Oak top men like Sabahn Quaye among others. However, I look forward to play for any club that approaches me. I am a professional footballer. Football is my occupation and I will play for any club, including Kotoko, who come for my services.” Abednego added