Accra Hearts of Oak skipper Thomas Abbey has revealed the reason behind his fine form in the just ended Ghana season.
The midfielder undoubtedly was Hearts of Oak’s best player having won four man-of-the-match awards.
Abbey made a huge impression the season scoring 13 League goals for the Club.
The Black Stars B ace reveals he wanted to repay the Club’s fans for the kind gesture showed to him after suffering an injury which kept him out for months.
“I remember this like yesterday when I got injured and was hospitalized at the Ridge Hospital. Hearts fans surrounded me all the time in that difficult time and I never felt lonely at the hospital before, during and after my operation,” the captain told accraheartsofoaksc.com
“I have not been able to forget how kind they were to me because a lot of them took time off their busy schedules to be by my bedside. It made me make a personal vow that I would repay the faith and support by giving 100% all the time.
“On a personal level, I am happy with what I was able to do this season. I just hope that I have gone in some small way to repay back what the fans did for me.
“I will forever be grateful to Hearts fans and I know there’s no way I can repay my indebtedness to them.”
The player remains one of the favoite to win the player of the season award.
By Frank Darkwah