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Sports News of Tuesday, 20 October 2015


Yaw Preko joins Hearts of Oak as deputy coach

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Hearts of Oak has agreed a two year deal with Yaw Preko as deputy coach of the club, according to the club’s official News Paper [Hearts News].

Preko who is also deputy coach of the national U-20 football team played for the Accra giants in the 90s has agreed a two year deal and will work under yet to be appointed head coach of the club.

The former national star joins Hearts of Oak backroom staff that already has Team Manager of the Black Stars, Nii Sabahn Quaye working in a similar position at the club.

Preko during his days with the club was one of the young talents that had the opportunity to represent Ghana as he was part of the national U-17 that won the 1991 world championship.

He now returns to Hearts of Oak for the first time over 20 years[after playing in countries like Belgium, Sweden, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Vietnam] but this time in a coaching capacity and he is expected to impact his rich knowledge into the team.