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Ghanaian forward Abednego Tetteh has donated training equipment to his former club Kpong Fair Point FC.
The kind gesture was made to the third-tier side at their training grounds in a bid to enliven them secure promotion to division one following their strong start to the Greater Accra third-tier league.
Items received by the Tema-based club include training kits, cones, bibs and carton of drinks.
"It was time to give back to the club because I started my career here [at Faith FC] before joining Okwahu United," the ex-Bechem United former told Kickgh.com after the donation.
"I want to help my young brothers and also motivate them in their football career."
The 26-year-old is currently in Ghana after his contract with Sudanese giants Al Hilal was rescinded.
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