Attacking midfielder Kofi Abanga, has openely declared that he has no regret playing for Accra Hearts of Oak. The Midfielder was a topic of discussion in 2008 as his transfer created controversies between two rivals Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak. Both teams made a bid to sign this midfielder during his days in Aduana Stars but Abanga agreed to wear the Phobia colours and has been in their camp since.
The ex-U-17 play maker believes, coming to the Phobians family, has made him mature and has no regret of going back to his former club, Aduana Stars but rather targeting a top finish in the new Ghana Premier League. “I have never looked back, after joining Hearts and my play has seen major revival under Duncan so am thankful for that.” “I have no plans of leaving Hearts of Oak now, maybe in future but not now.” Abanga said.
“Am enjoying my stay in Hearts, the way the team is now, even at training, we’re together and seems very happy, so I don’t even feel anything when am on the bench and I know I will feet into the team and start to get first team play.” Abanga added. Abanga’s career saw major revival under David Duncan when he arrived at Hearts during the second half of last season after Duncan making it clear to him, he was part of his plans at the club.
“Duncan is a wonderful coach and understand the game.” Abanga has until 2016 on his current contract with David Duncan’s rainbow lads.