The reigning Ghana Premier League Champions Accra Hearts of Oak have unveiled their new player, Dennis Nkrumah Korsah to the public. Dennis joined the defending champions from second tier side Cape Coast Ebusua Dwarfs. The Phobians have struggled in the left back department after sending Congolese player Raddy Ovouka on loan. Ovouka has been a stalwart in defence for Hearts in their title winning season. His absence has seen the Phobians struggle in the left back position. William Dankyi has been playing in that position since the departure of Ovouka.
Management had to act quickly to sort out that problematic area before disaster strikes. They trashed out a deal with Ebusua Dwarfs for their enterprising captain Dennis Nkrumah Korsah to fill the position. He will join the Phobians for the second half of the season as the first half is already drawing to a conclusion. Dennis has also been a key cog in the Dwarfs side after their relegation from the premier league last season. He is a great addition to the Hearts family. He has proven himself in the premier league with Dwarfs before their relegation. He is a good player who will only help improve Samuel Boadu's side.
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