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Sports News of Saturday, 21 March 2020

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I didn’t want to leave Hearts – Charles Taylor


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After so many years of bastardizing the club, Charles Taylor has finally professed his love for Accra Hearts of Oak.

Taylor’s rise to prominence as a footballer occurred during his stint with the Phobians.

While with Hearts, Taylor won a lot of trophies and became national sensation for his trickery and showboating.

After crossing carpets to rivals Asante Kotoko, however, Taylor has consistently hit out at his former club.

He has always suggested that his time at Hearts of Oak was of no benefit to him.

In an interview with Eastern Region-based Tru FM, Taylor confessed to being a Kotoko fan but always played his heart out for Hearts.

"I was happy at Hearts of Oak and I felt a lot of happiness there, Hearts is a team. I was supporting Kotoko during the time I was playing for Hearts, all my family members also support Kotoko but whenever you are doing something let it come out from your heart”.

“I love Hearts and I did not want to leave Hearts but I used to support Kotoko at that time. I used to call Stephen Oduro in Kotoko to ask for their scoreline after each match when I was with Hearts but I make sure we also score, that's why there was happy in Ghana football."

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