After an unfavorable condition at Accra Hearts of Oak the Nigerien is set to move elsewhere

Abdourahamane Mamane Lawali is a Nigerien footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for Accra Hearts of Oak of Ghana Premier League. 

Nigerien international, Mamane Lawali has ended his three-year stay at Hearts of Oak following the expiration of his contract.

Abdourahamane Mamane Lawali, a midfielder for Accra Hearts of Oak signed three years has finally left the Ghana Premier League side due to his performance level.

The player needs some improvement from scratch but has mismanage his days with the club. And notwithstanding, the position he fit to play has been overtaken by a lot of players with tough competition.

Not forgetting, Joerdan Otanga, Caleb Amakwah, Nurudeen Aziz and Eric Esso.

Premier giant Hearts of Oak confirm midfielder Mamani lawali has ended his stay with the club after three good season.

Lawali played only half season from his three years contract because of injuries.

He was a key player for the Phobians during Kosta Papic time.

He scored and made assist during the 2020/2021 season when the Phobians lashed Bechem United by 6:1 at the Accra Sports Stadium.

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