Soccer News of Friday, 4 December 2015
Former Accra Hearts of Oak midfielder Moro Abubakar says he is ready to return to the ailing club to assist them end their poor run if the management approach him
Moro, 24, left Ghana for Serbia where his blistering career was nearly truncated and has since returned to Ghana.
According to the former captain of the Phobians, he is always ready to help the club if the leadership of the team deems it necessary.
Speaking to GHANAsoccernet.com in an interview, Moro opined that he is a die-hard Phobian and will love to return to the club.
“I am a Phobian and shall remain so always. I am ever ready to return to the club if only the management members tell me to come back. I can’t just go to them that I want to play for them again. I am always available,” Moro said.
“For now I am a free agent and playing for Hearts again will be a dream come true. I am ever ready for the opportunity and will add to the team even better than before,” he added.
Moro joined FK Donji Srem in Serbia but cancelled his contract after a year due to contractual disagreements.