Striker Bernard Arthur has woven gratifying message to Accra Hearts of Oak, thanking the club for the opportunity given him to wear the club’s shirt after parting ways with them.
On Friday August 7, Hearts of Oak announced the departure of five players and thanked them for their services to the club, citing refusal of the players to renew their contracts with the club. The five, comprising of Joseph Esso, Benjamin Agyare, Christopher Bonney, Bernard Arthur and Abubakar Troare have since been commenting on their departure and Arthur has come out to express his gratitude to the club and its numerous fans.
Bernard Arthur signed for the club when former Ghanaian international Kim Grant was the head of the technical team as the coach, but the former Liberty Professionals darling boy fell out of favour following the departure of for Chalton Athletic striker.
The already want away striker recently had a fall out with current coach Edward Nii Odoom after accusing him disrespecting him for not fielding him in matches. He later apologised unreservedly for the mishap.
Despite his apology to the coach, signs were clear his time with the club was over and his release was just a matter of time. After Hearts of Oak officially confirmed parting ways with him, Arthur has taken to his Facebook account to thank the club for the opportunity given him during his short stint at the club.
“I would like to thank the Board of directors,Coaching staff and the players for the few time spent with them. “You can’t win always in life but even when loosing you opt to loose with a significant. I wish #AccraHeartsOfOak all the best and bring the spirit of the club back like I did for you against Liberty professionals”, he wrote.