Tetteh agrees personal terms with Sudanese side Hilal Obeid

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The striker arrived in the North African country over the weekend to sign a two-year contract ahead of the new season

Ghanaian striker Abednego Tetteh has agreed personal terms with Sudanese side Hilal Obeid ahead of the 2018 season.

The 26-year-old is expected to sign a two-year deal with the North African club in the coming days after mutually terminating his contract with rivals Al Hilal Omdurman in July, following their elimination from the group stage of the 2017 Caf Champions League.

He completed a move to Ethiopian side Jimma Abba Jifar weeks ago but quickly terminated the deal following a disagreement in salaries and incentives.

“I hope things will work out. It will be a new beginning and I'm ready for it,” Tetteh said.

“After my past experiences, I know a lot will be expected from me so I will do my best and hope there will be other help from my teammates if things work out as expected,” he added.

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Tetteh was part of the Bechem squad that won the FA Cup title in 2016 and was invited to the Black Stars under Avram Grant but couldn't make his debut.



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