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Ghana Premier League giants Hearts of Oak have secured the services of two goalkeepers to beef up their squad ahead of the second round of the season.

According to the club, the decision was taken by management based on technical advice.

The goalkeepers are Kwesi Nketiah from Susubribi FC and former Inter Allies shot-stopper Sharif Shuaib.

Nketiah joined the club on a two-and-a-half-year deal.

He started his football career at a young age at Soccer Intellectuals before moving to Avenue Soccer Academy and then to Susubiribi FC, where he made steady progress.

He is expected to wear his favourite Number 1 jersey.

Shuaib’s journey to joining Hearts of Oak is a remarkable one, according to the club.

He started playing football at a very young age and his talent was quickly noticed by his coaches and fellow players.

He worked hard and honed his skills, the Phobians said on their portal.

Shuaib is known for his quick reflexes and excellent shot-stopping abilities.

His arrival, according to Hearts of Oak, is not just about the team’s success on the field but also serves as an inspiration to young footballers in Ghana.

The two goalkeepers join Richmond Ayi, Richard Atta, and Eric Ofori-Antwi.