Ex-Ghana footballer Lawrence Adjah Tetteh reveals his most memorable Hearts of Oak game

Former Ghanaian footballer Lawrence Adjah Tetteh has revealed his most memorable Hearts of Oak game during his hey days.

The 44-year-old almost spent his playing career with the Phobians, winning several titles with the Ghanaian giants.

The former Pure Joy FC star ended up with a lucrative trophy haul eventually, winning the three Ghana Premier League titles, two FA cups, the CAF Champions League and Confederations cup.

Reflecting on his illustrious Hearts of Oak career, Adjah Tetteh chose the Phobians triumph over sworn-rivals Kotoko as his most memorable game.

Adjah Tetteh played an instrumental role when the Phobians defeated Kotoko at the Baba Yara Stadium to clinch the Confederations Cup title.

“My best moment in Hearts-Kotoko games is our triumph in the Confederations Cup in Kumasi. I chose that game not because I scored, I chose it because it was an international game and up till now, both teams have not met in Africa again”

“Both teams have been meeting domestically, internationally they are yet to meet since 2004 and that make it special for me. So I will choose Hearts clash with Kotoko as the most memorable game” he said.

Lawrence Adjah Tetteh is currently into the coaching and is hoping to rise to the top.

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