Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak have been hit by the news of the departure of midfielder Gladson Awako who has informed the club of his decision to quit the club.
The 30-year-old midfielder has reportedly told his close associates and confidants that he has been receiving spiritual attacks since he signed for the Phobians from rival club Accra Great Olympics.
Hearts of Oak reportedly paid GHS200,000 to Great Olympics for the services of the midfielder who has won the CAF Champions League, CAF Confederation Cup, and CAF Super Cup.
The Phobians announced the signing of the midfielder in late August and he started training with the club but he didn’t show up in any of their warm-up friendly games ahead of the CAF Champions League preliminary first-round tie against Guinean side CI Kamsar.
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