Public Relations Officer for Hearts of Oak Hearts of Oak Kwame Opare Addo has insisted that the 13 new players they have added to their squad will aid in their bid to end their long league title drought.
The Accra-based giants unveiled the 13 new players they acquired during the transfer window – the players include two goalkeepers, four defenders, three midfielders and Four attackers, out of which eleven were unveiled on Wednesday.
Speaking at the unveiling the players, CEO of the club Mark Noonan pointed out their plans for the coming campaign by suggesting that they’re poised to end their nine-year league title drought.
“We have a lot of problems in Ghana soccer which has been identified and I wouldn’t come if I didn’t believe I could be part of the solutions,” he said.
“I’m here not just to put Hearts of Oak in a better place but hopefully contribute in some small way to the betterment of soccer in Ghana.
And during an interview with Happy FM, club’s scribe Kwame Addo echoed the sentiments of his boss as he claimed that they are the best materials on the market.
“We’ve added 13 new players to our squad. We believe they’re the best and will be able to deliver,” Addo intimated on Happy FM.
Below are the registered new players for Hearts Of Oak:
Theophilus Jackson (Goalkeeper)
Christopher Bonney (Defender)
Benjamin Agyare (defender)
Evans Quao (defender)
Benjamin Kotey Afutu (Midfielder)
Prince Nana Kwasi Darmang(midfielder)
Selassie Blessing (striker)
Joseph Esso (striker)
Osman Sackey (striker)