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Al Ismaily woo Otoo



The Egyptian side Al Ismaily is interested in the young Ghanaian Mahatma Otoo of Hearts of Oak supersport.com has been informed.

“ I watched Mahatma and I like his style and I want him with me on the team. I talked with the board and they accepted to send for him , he will come to Cairo within ten days” the head coach said.

”Since we will play in the African Confederation Cup we will need his services and I am sure that he will be of great benefit for us. Otoo has the same style that our team has and that will make it easy for him to adapt here” he added.

Egyptian side Al Ahly wanted the services of Otoo last summer but that deal fell through.

Otoo who was born in1992 and started his career in 2008 when he played for Sporting St.Mirren before he moved in 2009 to Hearts of Oak. He then was loaned to the Tunisian giant Esperance in 2010 and returned back again to Hearts of Oak in 2011.



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