Soccer News of Friday, 28 October 2016
Former Sekondi Hasaacas striker Eric Kwabena Bekoe has reached an agreement with Ghana Premier League returnees Great Olympics.
The 28-year-old was initially linked with a move to champions Wa All Stars but eventually opted for Olympics until 2018.
“I have agreed to join Great Olympics ahead of the new season. They offered me a two-year contract and I was impressed with the terms and conditions,” Bekoe told Goal.
“I went to Accra with my agent to meet the club’s top hierarchy. They revealed to us that because of my past achievements in the league, I have to be outdoored to the club’s supporters because I am a big signing so I will sign the contract next week and the outdooring will follow.
“I think Great Olympics is a perfect place for me and I hope to be a success. The current management members of the club are top-notch and I believe their aims can be achieved with the right approach,” he said.
He added: I was disappointed last season at Hasaacas because despite all the efforts, the club was relegated. I want to help Olympics to at least maintain the premiership status after next season before I even eye an individual award,” he added.
Bekoe, who won the 2007 league topscorer became Hasaacas’ highest scorer last season after netting eight goals, two goals more than Samuel Afful.