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Hearts of Oak leads the path again with the Common Value Club Alliance for others to follow

Hearts of Oak Pobiman project has. taken shape to another level.

The majority shareholder of the club has placed a lot of emphasis on raising the standard of the club to an international level.

We saw the good works of Hearts of Oak in the just ended season with the subliming attack and solid midfield play.

Their task man Benjamin Afutu left the club unknowingly to Egypt to play for a new club. He went through so many difficulties before making it a reality to join a new side as a free agent.

Pobiman is the new project the Phobians are now hoping to get in the near future and make sure they get to the better place.

The board Chairman wants to get the club the best of deal and show how the team can be self dependent and avoid tussle with sponsorship.

This was the earlier conversation he decided to join hands with all the team owners to make the league semi-autonomous from the GFA.

The Board Chairman introduce what he called Common Value Partnership Alliance. With two clubs from Europe and have a common mission.

But the main objective of their mission with the club is the way the club will make use of utilising their deal with players sales.

No Accra Hearts of Oak player will be going to play for any team with cheap offers but will be linked to these clubs, TSG Hoffenheim and FC Cincinnati.

The partnership goes a long way to educate the coaches of Hearts of Oak to add a lot to their technical know how.

The partners of Hoffenheim was in Ghana to check the ambitions of the Board Chairman and channel out their grievances to their authorities and make it known to them with all their support.

We hope this type of partnership starts very well but ends in a sad note thereby making it difficult to know it will go a long way to help the club.

The decision of Togbe and the Board members not to sell any player comes from his own emotions to push the club to a better position.

The good ones will get a good deal with these club and get the best out of them.

Making good money as a team and getting much recognition outside. Those who had their deal called off will get the opportunity to relaunch their deal once again.

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