Ghana Football Association (GFA) President, Kwesi Nyantakyi has appealed to the newly appointed Hearts of Oak Chief Executive Officer, Mark Daniel Noonan to bring his knowledge and experience to bear on the Ghanaian game.
Noonan, who was officially out doored by the Hearts of Oak leadership last week, visited the secretariat of the GFA in Accra afterwards to meet managers of the FA and also to have a first-hand understanding of the operations of Ghana’s football governing body.
The FA President subsequently told him: “I know within one year you (Noonan) will make a huge impact at Accra Hearts of Oak. We want you to share your knowledge and experience with us and at the right time, we will create the opportunity to do the same with all the clubs in Ghana.
“I want to congratulate Togbe Afede for the top appointment he has made by bringing Noonan to Ghana. Hearts have the best and the most comprehensive administrative structure for a club in Ghana” said the GFA President.
“The plan to have facilities for the Hearts is highly laudable and Togbe is committed to such projects to make Hearts of Oak the model club in Africa”.