I left Hearts of Oak because of Anas expose – Patrick Razak


Former Accra Hearts of Oak SC winger and 2017 WAFU winner, Patrick Razak has disclosed that his exit from the rainbow boys back in 2018 to Horoya AC was motivated by the Anas number 12 exposè.

The Anas exposè which was premiered on June 6, 2018, at the Accra International Conference Centre resulted in the ban of all football activities in the country.

However, Razak claims that he took the decision to leave the local scene to play abroad because of the difficulties the exposè placed on Ghana football.

In an interview with Bryt FM, Razak said, “I left Hearts for Horoya AC in 2018 and at the time there were no football activities in the country so I decided to move”

“Even after the premiering of the video, there were ups and downs with regards to the commencement of our league. There was no hope of football return during that time of normalization”

“Low and behold Horoya AC showed interest to sign for two seasons and so, if I look at that two seasons and Ghana football didn’t know when to start, I decided to move on” he concluded.


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