Hearts of Oak fans yearn for the glory days when the club was a force to be reckoned with not only in Ghana, but across Africa.
Ben Owu, who left the club last month to join the Mauve and Yellows, will be replaced by the former Medeama goalkeepers coach.
On the professional bench of the Ghanaian powerhouse, Eric Amponsah joins former Medeama coaches Samuel Boadu and Ahmed Obeng.
Hearts of Oak's goalkeeping department will be transformed by the experienced teacher.
He is scheduled to join the Rainbow club on a three-year contract.
Hearts of Oak came in third position in the first round of the Ghana Premier League and are aiming to win the title at the end of the season.
The team's technical staff has been bolstered by the addition of a former Medeama SC goalkeepers' coach
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