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    Manaf Agrees A Two-Year Contract Extension

    Abdul Umar Manaf has agreed in principle to a two-year contract extension with Ghana Premier League giants, Accra Hearts of oak ahead of his expectedly imminent loan move to Real Tamale United.

    The talented midfielder who was very instrumental under Serbian trainer, Kosta Papic, fell down the pecking order after Head Coach, Samuel Boadu took over the club in the second round of the Ghana Premier League Season.

    Manaf was also excluded from Hearts Of Oak’s registered squad for the upcoming 2021/2022 CAF Champions League campaign.

    However, the feeling at the club is that Manaf, an academy graduate, still has a bright future at the club and is expected to renew his contract in the coming days before heading to the newly-promoted side.

    Abdul Manaf broke onto the scene with his dazzling performances in the Normalisation Committee Competition in 2019 after been promoted into the senior team.

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