Abednego Tetteh Reveals Secret Behind Hot Form : Bibiani Gold Stars striker Abednego Tetteh struggled to perform for Hearts of Oak and King Faisal FC but the former Bechem United attacker is currently one of the best goal scorers of the Ghana Premier League this season.
Tetteh had his breakout season with Bechem United in 2016, during the 2016 Ghana Premier League season, which he played 24 league matches, scored 13 goals and made 5 assists. He also won the Ghanaian FA Cup in 2016 after the team scored his former club Okwawu United in the final by 3–1 through a brace from Yaw Annor.
He secured a move to Sudanese club Al-Hilal Club in late 2016. He won the Sudan Premier League during the 2017 season whilst playing with them. He subsequently had spells in Ethiopia with Jimma Aba Buna and back again in Sudan with Al-Hilal El-Obeid.
After his spells in Sudan and Ethiopia, he moved to India and joined Real Kashmir and later TRAU.
In May 2020, Tetteh joined Ghana Premier League side Accra Hearts of Oak on a free transfer, signing a three-year deal with the club. He made his debut 29 November 2020, in a 1–0 loss to International Allies.
He started the match played 45 minutes before being substituted at halt time for Eric Dizan.
Tetteh won the double with Hearts in his debut season with the club, however he played a role as back up forward to Kwadwo Obeng Junior, Victor Aidoo and Isaac Mensah as he was limited to 5 league matches and 2 appearances in the Ghanaian FA Cup as Hearts beat Ashanti Gold in the final via a penalty shootout.
The win made it his second time of winning the competition after winning with Bechem in 2016.
On 18 August 2021, his contract with the club was mutually terminated after a 15 months stay with the club.
He joined King Faisal to relaunch his career in the 2022/23 season but would leave the club after a short period to join Gold Stars where he has netted ten times in the current league campaign.
“The secret is self confidence and hard working. The tactics of the coach Michael Osei is also working. I will say that Michael Osei is a seer. He has an eagle eye , he saw something in me and discovered me again.” , Abednego Tetteh said after the Kotoko 1 Gold Stars 1 GPL Week 30 match in Kumasi.
2022/23 GPL Top-scorers After Week 30 :
Hafiz Wontah Konkoni (Bechem United) – 14 goals
Sampson Eduku (Tamale City) – 14 goals
Mezack Afriyie (Berekum Chelsea) – 12 goals
Abednego Tetteh (King Faisal/Gold Stars) – 12 goals (He scored 2 goals at King Faisal)
Steven Mukwala Dese (Asante Kotoko) – 11 goals
Issah Kuka ( RTU ) – 11 goals
Vincent Atingah (Medeama) – 10 goals
Andy Kumi Francis (Kotoku Royals) – 9 goals
Abass Samari Salifu (Accra Lions) – 9 goals
Jonathan Sowah (Medeama SC) – 8 goals
Richard Dzikoe (Kotoku Royals) – 7 goals
Agyenim Boateng Mensah (Dreams FC ) – 6 goals
Seidu Bassit (Accra Lions) – 6 goals
Huzaif Ali (Dreams FC) – 6 goals
Kalo Ouattarra (Berekum Chelsea) – 5 goals
Manaf Umar (RTU) – 5 goals
Stephen Dankwah Badu (RTU) – 5 goals
Abdul Razak Yussif (Great Olympics) – 5 goals
Bright Adjei ( Aduana Stars ) – 5 goals
Isaac Mensah (Tamale City) – 5 goals
Cephas Mantey (Bechem United ) – 5 goals
Kwesi Donsu (Medeama SC ) – 5 goals
Ibrahim Laar (Gold Stars) – 5 goals
Abubakari Seidu (Samartex) – 5 goals
Alex Aso (Legon Cities) – 5 goals
Isaac Mintah (Aduana Stars) – 5 goals
Emmanuel Owusu Boakye (Karela United) – 5 goals
Samuel Ofori (Nsoatreman FC ) – 5 goals
Benjamin York (Hearts of Oak ) – 4 goals
Samuel Adom Antwi (King Faisal) – 4 goals
Collins Cudjoe (Kotoku Royals) -4 goals
Kofi Agbesimah (Bechem United ) – 4 goals
Dominic Amponsah (Accra Lions) – 4 goals
Michel Otou (Legon Cities) – 4 goals
Samuel Attah Kumi (Karela United) – 4 goals
Evans Adomako (Karela United) – 4 goals
Emmanuel Keyekeh (Samartex) – 4 goals
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