Hearts of Oak midfielder, Emmanuel Nettey has promised to score similar goals like the Phobians’ opener against Great Olympics on Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Nettey’s 51st minute long range strike shot the Phobians into the lead in match day 28.
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His belter was however canceled by Maxwell Abbey-Quaye’s late header to put the game at 1-1 after full time.
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Nettey has eyes on more of such goals.
“I don’t know if you’ve [referring to a journalist] actually been watching most of our games.
“This is something I’ve been trying all the time but then I seem to be unlucky.
“But God being on my side today, it entered the net.
“I’m going to practice more on that and more will come.” Emmanuel Nettey said.
Nettey, who joined Hearts of Oak on a free transfer after a stint with Inter Allies, was adjudged best player in their win over Olympics.
He has regained his mojo after injuries disrupted his form.
Nettey extended his contract with the Phobians last year for two more seasons.