Sports News of Tuesday, 29 July 2014
Former Hearts of Oak board member Kurt Okraku has urged the Phobian fraternity to rally behind new coach Herbert Addo and the technical team.
The owner of Dreams FC has a lot of hope in Addo’s team and believes they will succeed.
“The best decision the board of Hearts of Oak have taken so far is to appoint Herbert Addo as head coach and bringing Eddie Ansah as the goal keepers’ trainer with Abugri also on borad,” Okraku told Goal Ghana.
“The technical team is fantastic and what is left is to equip and help them get the players who befit Accra Hearts of Oak. All the Phobians should rally behind them and I know they will succeed,” he added.
As one of the key men behind Ghana's successful FA Cup competition, calls have been made for the Dreams FC owner to be part of the Division One league board.
“It is always an honour to serve or manage any committee within the football circles in Ghana, the Division One league is the only competition under the GFA without sponsorship. The GFA executive committee knows where to fix everyone,” Okraku pointed out.