The striker has made it clear he had wanted to leave the Phobians prior to the termination of his contract, and now focusing on securing a new job
The striker, who has stated he even opted for a transfer before the dismissal letters came, seems much relieved after finally ending his romance with the Rainbow club.
“All I needed was my letter and my card to find a new club, though Hearts of Oak owes me GhC 7,500, I am not keen on that. The important thing is that I am leaving,” Atakora-Gyimah told Asempa Sports.
“My scenario is different from the others as I had requested for a transfer before the letters came. I am not a stupid player to be sacked.”
The former national Under-17 forward has previously played for Berekum Arsenal and the defunct Kessben FC.