Bibiani Gold Stars talisman, Abednego Tetteh has revealed how he almost quit football when things were not working out as planned during his time with Accra Hearts of Oak.
The in-form attacker endured a tough time at Hearts where he was unfairly criticised by the fans before his departure.
“I nearly quit football due to what I went through during my time with Accra Hearts of Oak,” Tetteh told Original FM.
He added: “It will be very difficult for me to return to Accra Hearts of Oak.”
Abednego Tetteh signed a three-year deal with the Accra Hearts of Oak after returning from Sudan in early January 2020 but his contract was mutually terminated after failing to make an impact at the Accra-based club.
Zlatan, as he is affectionately called left the club with two medals, having won the Ghana Premier League and the MTN FA Cup last season.
Tetteh has been on fire since his arrival at Bibiani Gold Stars three months ago. The 32-year-old is in contention for the Golden Boot award with 16 goals.