Hearts of Oak's Pobiman nears completion, check out the latest pictures.
One of the most talked about sporting project of the various Premier league clubs in Ghana is the Accra Hearts of Oak Pobiman project.
The project commenced not too long ago just a little over four months. The management and the board of the club took a stand to do this project for the club. They realised that the monies they have been paying for the players accommodation and hiring of facilities they use while in preparation towards games are very expensive.
The above reason motivated the start of the over one million dollars Pobiman project. We have all been witnesses to the start of the project till now and it is going perfectly as planned.
The project is expected to be completed latest by June and it is well on schedule. This project upon completion will be of the best project carried out by a Premier league club in Ghana and they deserve to be congratulated over a good work done.
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