Accra Hearts of Oak, a prominent name in Ghanaian football, has announced the departure of three players, ushering in a wave of changes in the team’s composition. The farewell includes midfielder Michelle Sarpong, striker Albert Eounde, and midfielder Eric Esso, a decision that has resonated within the football community.
The official announcement was shared via the club’s social media channels on Wednesday, January 17th, 2024. The post, reading “Accra Hearts of Oak has mutually parted ways with the underlisted players: Michelle Sarpong, Eric Esso, Albert Eounde,” signifies the beginning of a strategic reshaping process for the team.
As Accra Hearts of Oak gears up for the challenges ahead in the second half of the 2023/24 Ghana Premier League season, the decision to bid farewell to these players is seen as a crucial step in bolstering the squad. Michelle Sarpong, with six appearances this season, Albert Eounde, featuring in nine matches, and Eric Esso, contributing eight times on the field, are now part of the club’s history.
Currently holding the 10th position on the league table with 21 points, the Phobians aim to make strategic changes that will enhance their performance in the upcoming league encounters.