Kofi Kordzi has penned a heartfelt goodbye message to Hearts of Oak following the mutual termination of his contract with the club.
Accra Hearts of Oak earlier this week announced that they’ve reached an agreement with Kofi Kordzi to mutually terminate his contract.
In a press statement sighted by MahamaShaibu.com, Kofi Kordzi has thanked the Hearts of Oak family for the love and support they’ve shown to him throughout his time at the club.
The statement read: “Today, I say goodbye to a monumental club as it is Accra Hearts of Oak. What a ride it has been.
“First of all, I would like to express how much of a privilege it has been to play for this amazing club since I joined in 2019 and rejoined in 2021.
“To the coaching staff who played a great role in my development, to my colleagues who have been more than just those I share a pitch and dressing room with, to the backroom staff, to the management, to the fans that have wholeheartedly supported the team and to everyone involved with the Continental Club Masters.
“I am grateful for the topsy-turvy turnouts as it is the downs that have tested my strength and made me the better possible version of myself.
“Thank you also for your endless support. It has been a great honour to wear the shirt of Accra Hearts of Oak.
“Good luck to everyone involved with the Phobians. I love you all and will miss you,” the statement ended.
Kofi Kordzi joined Hearts of Oak at the start of the 2021/22 football season on a free transfer following the end of his stay with Qatari fold Muaither SC.
Having previously played for the Phobians from 2018 to 2020, the move was Kofi Kordzi’s second stint at the club.
The bulky center forward had a decent start to life at the club in his second stint, scoring 8 goals in his first 15 games in all competitions.
Kofi Kofi later on struggled to get playing minutes, with reports stipulating that he fell out with Head Coach Samuel Boadu.
In May, Kordzi was suspended from the Hearts of Oak senior team for two weeks for violating his contract when he, without permission from the club participated in an unauthorized football.
Despite enduring a turbulent season with the Phobians, Kofi Kordzi finished the season as the club’s second top scorer with 10 goals in all competitions. He as well played an integral role as the team won the FA Cup.
Meanwhile, Kofi Kordzi has joined photography firm Sika fotos. He becomes the second player to sign for the fast rising photography firm after Hasaacas Ladies’ Doris Boaduwa.
Sika fotos will now be in charge of the player’s public appearance, which include his digital/social media appearance and so on.