Former Black Stars forward Prince Tagoe nicknamed as ‘Prince Of Goals’ has sent a joyful message to the Ghanaian top flight, Accra Hearts of Oak that he want to join them before the annunciation of his retirement.
The former Ghanaian international has played for the Rainbow Colours, Accra Hearts of Oak before and became the Ghana Premier League top scorer in 2005 and later joined Saudi Arabian side Ittihad after his failure to join German side Mainz 05 in January 2006.
Prince Tagoe played the Ghana national team ‘The Black Stars of Ghana from 2006 to 2012. Prince Tagoe is without any club now after joining Bangladesh side Chittagong Abahani football club in 2019. His absence from the pitch has drawn an attention to his fans and Ghanaians of his retirement but he has announced to play for one local team before retiring from football.
Speaking on a sports show called ‘Black Stars Classic’ on Max Tv the 34 year-old striker said, “Am not actually retired from football but looking to play for one local team (Hearts of Oak) before I retire.
“It was a blessing at the time I joined them because of looking at the players Hearts of Oak had, I mean to be in the first eleven wasn’t easy but one thing I always tell my self is ‘I know I can do it’ because from my colts team to wherever I go scoring wasn’t difficult for me. He said.
Source: Isaac Ganyo Tamakloe ‘The Writer’