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Former Hearts of Oak captain Fatawu Mohammed set to join Egyptian second-tier side Telephonat Bani Sweif — Ghana Sports Online

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Former Hearts of Oak captain Fatawu Mohammed has arrived in the North African country of Egypt ahead of a move to second-tier side Telephonat Bani Sweif.

Sweif, 15th on a 16th club league table, are on the verge of relegation and believe the experience of the right-back will help them to retain their status in the league.

Fatawu won 1 Ghana Premier League title and 2 FA Cup trophies with the Phobians and has been capped by Ghana at the senior level.



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