- Ali Jarrah has finally confirmed the amount he received before joining Hearts of Oak
- According to him, he was signed by the Phobians for GHc15
- He was one of the best goalkeepers during his active days
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Former Ghana goalkeeper, Ali Jarrah, has disclosed the amount he received after joining Hearts of Oak (also known as Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club).
The retired shot-stopper said he was signed for only GHC 15 by the Accra-based giants.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanasocernet.com, the former national star recounts how he joined the Rainbow club from Fatah FC (now Mighty Victory) after impressing while playing juvenile football.
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"I was signed for only GHc15," he disclosed on Citi TV's, The Tracker show. "I joined Hearts from Fatah Babies, now Mighty Victory, Stephen Appiah's Migthy Victory," he added.
The then 15-year-old revealed he was unveiled in front of a huge Hearts of Oak crowd at the Accra Stadium with people wondering who the petite goalkeeper was.
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Ali Jarrah was brilliant in his heydays, sweeping every individual award before his career was hit following an injury that rendered him bedridden for a long time.
Meanwhile, former Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan and his estranged wife, Gifty, have taken to social media to flaunt their daughter, Zelda Love Ohemaa Arhin Gyan.
The lovely little girl turned six years old on 8 July.
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To celebrate their daughter's birthday, Gyan and Gifty decided to show off their beautiful girl who is growing so well by posting customary photographs to social media.
In the seven photos they each shared on Instagram, Ohemaa could be seen looking ravishing in different outfits and poses.
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