The new Managing Director for Accra Hearts of Oak, is in with his plans as a manager to takeover for Mr. Frederick Moore. His work is very difficult looking at the kind of team he is here to work with, and the kind of target that will be set for him.
The best way of for the manager to get enough support from the team is to get closer to the supporters out there and be lenient to the board. The experience MD is coming from Liverpool and have seen a lot of football related activities. He knows something related to rivalries in the game of football. Considering the Merseyside Derby which he has witnessed between Liverpool and Everton. This is why he has been chosen as the supporters and boards choice.
Hearts of Oak’s appointment, Gerald Nii Adjabeng Ankrah as their new Managing Director. This is the handwork of Togbe Afede XIV, who have been able to wish the best for each and every team player in the club to make sure they lift the trophy hopefully this season.
As an enthusiast of football and a well established person coming to the local scene, there should be much expectations from his manifesto. Godwilling, he might be lucky to meet the board with their full attention on him as a new personnel in the management and board quarters.
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