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Mahatma Otoo heads to Esperance

Posted: 10 August 2010 Time: 12:21

Ghana Under-20 captain Mahatma Otoo has joined the country's North African brigade by signing for Tunisia side Esperance.

His current club side Accra Hearts of Oak have confirmed a deal worth 500,000 Euros has been agreed between the two.

The 18-year old will now join Black Stars defender Harrison Afful in Tunisia and play part in Esperance' campaign for the remainder of the African Champions League.

Otoo was adjudged the Most Valuable Player in the Ghana League last season.

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 12:44 pm
He is overaged
IKKALU
posted: 10:58 pm
Today was so bad for all this over rated half cast Africans who play for their masters, balotelli played for Italy against CIV and they lost 1-0 Balotelli did not play any good football, and the whole fans was booing at him, he made the grates mistake for playing for Italy he will never see any National Team call up by the new Italian coach, also Moses the Nigerian boy played for England U19 today he could not even control the ball, he was changed like they change balotelli, then Onuoha is out of Mancity on loan to another club, and that is a sign that Capello will never look at his side, look at his new team he has no plan for him, they are just overrated. Any soldier who refused to fight for his country is not good at all, because charity begins at home Balloteli has a bad advisers, also Moses and Onuoha.
Anonymous
posted: 02:26 am
i think mahatma should have stayed another season 2 further improve on his skill n form before moving outside.and wit that i even think he'll get a more lucurative deal in main europe.
Anonymous
posted: 08:27 am
Otoo, 18 years old indeed. This guy is older than Essien and Muntari. This is another Dominic Adiyiah.
Anonymous
posted: 01:41 pm
Abi ur father and mother gave birth to him @Udeme and Oka..
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