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Ghana Premier League side Tachiman Eleven wonders have completed the signing of former Hearts of Oak midfielder Ollenu Ashitey in a one-year deal Thursday.
The skillful player is poised to help his new club to beat the drop when the season resumes after the COVID-19 pandemic break.
“It’s true I have signed for Eleven Wonders, that was last week Thursday”, Ollenu disclosed in an exclusive interview with ghanasportspage.com. “The deal is about an agreement, I will say it’s a one year deal, I will help them to finish the second round of the league, after that the contract would be reviewed”, he told ghanasportspage.com
Ashitey Ollenu, a native of Accra, is one of the few players among the likes of Osei Kofi (Rev.), Godwin Ablordey, Charles Assampong Taylor, Emmanuel Osei Kuffour (The Generaal), Sani Mohammed, Soulama Abdoulaye (Transition), Ernest Sowah who have had the opportunity to play for the two flagship football clubs of Ghana football, Accra Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko.
Before the move the former Asante Kotoko midfielder was close to joining Great Olympics.
He joined Kotoko in 2017 but could not impress whic saw his contract been terminated.