Accra Hearts of Oak are winners of the Ghana Premier League. The phobians won the league with 61 points. They were remarkable in the competition this season. The rainbow boys will present Ghana in the CAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE next season.
In view of this, the phobians have started preparations and will like to do major signings in the coming months. They were unbeaten in their last 14 matches, before losing to WAFA.
The club officials as well as the players were helpful throughout the season. The club has identified and nurtured a lot of football stars who have been instrumental in Ghana football. Some of these Stars include, Mohammed Polo, Emmanuel Armarh “Senegal”, Stephen Appiah, Bernard Don Bortey, Charles Taylor, Ishmael Addo, Shamo Quaye just to mention a few.
Hearts are keen on securing the signature of Enoch Asubonteng who demonstrated a scintillating performance for WAFA this season in the Ghana Premier League. The 20-year-old scored 4 goals, 3 assists, 1 man of the match award, and helping the Sogakope based side to a record 3rd place finish.
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