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Hearts completes the signing of goalkeeper, Nketiah:

Hearts completes the signing of goalkeeper, Nketiah: 

Hearts of Oak has completed the signing of Kwesi Nketiah. 

The young goalkeeper from Susubribi FC has joined the club on a two-and-a-half-year deal and has already been welcomed with open arms by the Phobia community.

Nketiah's addition to the team's goalkeeping department comes as good news as the club continues to strengthen that department ahead of the resumption of the second round of the Ghana Premier League.

Nketiah, who hails from the Central Region of Ghana, started his football career at a young age at Soccer Intellectuals before moving to Avenue Soccer Academy and then to Susubiribi FC where he made steady progress. He caught the eye of many with his impressive performances for Susbiribi FC. Nketiah's talent and potential were evident, and it was only a matter of time before he got his big break.


The 21-year-old shot-stopper's journey to Hearts of Oak was not an easy one. He had to be observed by scouts before finally impressing the technical team and earning a spot in the team's goalkeeping department. Nketiah's signing has been hailed as a significant move for the club, considering his physique and intelligence in goal. 

Nketiah's arrival brings hope and excitement to the club and its fans. He is a young and talented goalkeeper with a strong presence in the box. His agility, reflexes, and shot-stopping abilities have been praised by many who have observed him.

Nketiah's signing also adds depth to the club's goalkeeping department, which will create healthy competition among the goalkeepers and push them to improve.

Nketiah's signing is not only significant for Hearts of Oak, but it also reflects the club's commitment to nurturing young talents. His signing has brought a renewed sense of hope and optimism to the Hearts of Oak camp. The young goalkeeper's addition to the team's goalkeeping department is a step in the right direction.

Nketiah will wear his favourite jersey number “1” with the inscription at the back “ NKETIAH”.