Former  Accra Hearts of Oak winger, Bernard Don Bortey  has revealed he has regretted not playing for the Porcupine Warriors, Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
Bortey who ditched Kotoko to sign for Hearts of Oak under acrimonious circumstances, explained that, Kotoko could have offered him more in life  if he had played for them.
“Up till now some of my family regret opposing my move to Kotoko. I believe playing for Kotoko would have offered me more in life because if I should have done the things I did for Hearts at Kotoko my life would have change” he told Accra-based Happy FM.
Bortey ,also known as “Dong Dada Diouf”, began his career in 2000 with Ghapoha Readers in Tema .
One year later, he moved to Accra Hearts of Oak SC and became an integral part of the “64 Battalion” and a deadly force alongside Charles Asampong Taylor, Ishmael Addo and Emmanuel Osei Kuffour .
Hearts of Oak loaned him out in 2002 to Al Wasl FC in Dubai , where he played for six months. He returned in June 2002 to Hearts were he won the league and shared the Top Scorer award with Charles Asampong Taylor.
The 36-year-old was part of the Phobians team that won the CAF Confederation Cupagainst Kumasi Asante Kotoko in 2004.
Bernard Don Bortey joined Hearts in 2016 to re-launch his career but after putting in some displays he was told to stay away from the Club as his service was no longer needed in the team.
Source: Ghana/Asempa FM/ Queenster Agyapong