Former Hearts of Oak striker Prince Tagoe has revealed his plans to play for Hearts of Oak once again before he says goodbye to football.
Prince Tagoe featured for Hearts of Oak from 2004 to 2005 and was part of the team that won the CAF Confederations cup in 2004.
The striker recently returned to Ghana after a short stint with Bangladesh side Chittagong Abahani Limited SC.
Speaking in an interview with Angel FM, the striker revealed his desire to play for the Phobians once again before he hangs up his boots.
“I am planning to play one season for Hearts of Oak. I cannot say when but it is going to be soon,” he said.
“Definitely I have to don the Rainbow colours again. That is what I have told myself.”
Prince Tagoe has previously featured for 1899 Hoffenheim, Bursaspor, Partizan, Al Shabab, Club Africain and a few others.
He won the league and the Confederations cup with Hearts of Oak in 2004, he also won the golden boot award that same season.
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That’s is good decision it will help the phobia spirit to come again. Never say die.