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Nigerian import, Danjuma Ademola Kuti said he cannot
wait for the new season to get started and that he is preparing himself to give
off his very best for Accra Hearts of Oak.
The former Nigerian youth international signed a
two-year deal with the Phobians back in May but is yet to feature for the
capital club due to the suspension of football in Ghana due to the coronavirus
With the Ghanaian borders yet to be opened due to
the Covid-19 situation, Kuti remains in Nigeria and has been keeping fit on a training programme prepared for him by Hearts’ technical team.
Kuti told Hearts Media that he is itching to return
to the pitch as soon as possible to continue what he likes doing best-playing
football and scoring goals.
“I want football to return to Ghana and I am preparing
well to play for Hearts of Oak and help the team win laurels as I seek to repay
the trust the club has shown in me”, Kuti said.
“It’s not easy in this Covid-19 pandemic, but I am
trying to manage the situation; I have been at home for a while and I can tell
you it’s not easy to stay out of football”.
“I can’t wait to come back to start the game, join
my new teammates in trying, playing matches and helping the team win on the
pitch for the fans to be happy”.
He added that he has been in regular contact with Coach
Nii Odoom who sends him messages check on him to find out how well he is coping
with the situation.
“The Hearts of Oak family are very nice and
wonderful people and, I want to return to Ghana as soon as possible to help the
team and show off why they have signed me.”
With the transfer window opened in Ghana for the registration
of players, it is a sign of hope that the return of the game is in sight as competitive
football has not been played in the country since March.