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The free agent is currently searching for a club in the Ghanaian top flight after terminating his contract with Hapoel Kfar Saba

Former Hearts of Oak midfielder, Eric Nyarko, wants to reunite with the Phobians after returning from Israel.

The 28-year-old joined the Rainbow Club in 2003 and left for Israel in 2009 after helping the team to win their 20th league title in his final year.

Nyarko who is a free agent is currently searching for a club in the Ghanaian top flight after terminating his contract with Hapoel Kfar Saba.

He also had stints with Hapoel Ashkelon and Hapoel Ra’anana during his three-year stay in Israel.

The utility player told Goal.com Ghana that he wants to play for the Accra giants again and will speak to the officials of the 2000 African club champions to consider his comeback.

Nyarko was part of the Hearts team that won the Caf Confederations Cup in 2004 after beating local rivals Asante Kotoko in the final.

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