Hearts of Oak must negotiate with Karela before using Dominic Eshun

Head of Communication for Karela United Eric Alagidede says Hearts of Oak must negotiate with them before they can use Dominic Eshun after the Phobians announced the capture of the player. According to Eric, the Phobians have been inconsistent in their stance for taking the player. He also accused them of lying to their fans on the real issue about the player. “We all heard Hearts of Oak’s position. First they told us the boy doesn’t have contract with Karela, now what has changed. “The narrative they are giving now,…

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Hearts of Oak Supporters honour long serving technical staff

A group of Hearts fans called Talk Hearts of Oak has deservedly honoured long serving member of their technical Eric Adjetey after bringing an end to his 15 years stay at the club. Eric Adjetey (Ozi Ozaa) served the Mighty Oak Tree for 15 years as the team Masseur. Members of the group Kortey Bortey and Elvis Henman (NCC chairman) presented him a citation as a sign of appreciation and dedication to the club. The club announced he will no longer be part of team due to illness. His era saw…

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‘It’s a big African club, that’s why i joined’ – Ayi

Former WAFA goalkeeper Richmond Ayi has revealed the reason why he decided to join Accra Hearts of Oak after leaving the academy side last November and according to the 21-year old the grandeur of the Accra-based side was the most important factor that influenced his choice.  Ayi has passed first two months after he signed for Hearts of Oak on 30 November 2018 and FootballmadeinGhana.com caught up with the new goalkeeping sensation of the Phobians to discuss life with the team of Togbe Afede XIV. “For me when I left…

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Kim Grant happy with his team Progress.

  Accra Hearts of Oak head coach Kim Grant has heaped praises on his boys after beating Sekondi Hasaacas 4-0 at the Gyandu Park on Sunday. Two goals from youngster Manaf Umar and one each from Joseph Esso and Obeng Junior secured the Phobians a comfortable win against the Dooo boys in their own backyard. The former Elmina Sharks coach expressed his satisfaction after the game as he continues his team building. “I thought we did very well in the game. You can start seeing that what we have been…

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Hearts of Oak assign Hanson and Acquah

  Accra Hearts of oak head coach Kim Grant has appointed two men to beef up his technical team. The Phobian boss named Ben Hanson as first team coach and Eric Acquah as Physiotherapist as the Phobians continues to do serious restructuring. Hearts of Oak are making lots of changes to their technical team since Kim Grant took over and it has started yielding dividends as the team is taking shape. Additional appointments will be made especially in the youth team sector before the new football season begins.

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MATCH REPORT: Hasaacas 0-4 Hearts – High flying Phobians silence bragging Doo Boys

High flying Hearts of Oak silenced bragging Division One League side Sekondi Hasaacas, walloping them by 4-0 in a friendly at the Sekondi Gyandu Park on Sunday. A brace from youngster Manaf Umar, and one each from Joseph Esso and Obeng Junior secured the victory for the Phobians. Hearts Coach Kim Grant started the game with a 4-3-3 formation, having Kofi Kordzi, Sellasie Bakai and Obeng Junior leading the lines upfront. The Phobians dictated the pace from the start of the game, announcing their intentions of dismantling the Doo Boys…

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Kizito ready to win titles with new side BK Hacken

Ghanaian striker Kwame Kizito insists he wants to win titles with his new side BK Hacken in the Swedish Allsvenskan. The former Hearts of Oak forward inked a three-year deal with the Yellow and Blacks after terminating his contract with Libyan side Al Ittihad. The 2017 WAFU Champion claims he is already feeling at home with Ghanaian duo of Nasiru Mohammed and Mohammed Atta offering him all the support he needs. “It’s cold here, but I’m very happy to finally be in place. I have watched some on Youtube, and…

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OFFICIAL: Kizito joins BK Hacken

Former Hearts of Oak forward Kwame Kizito has inked a 3-year deal with Swedish giants BK Hacken ending weeks of speculations over his next destination. The 22-year-old completed the move to the Yellow and Blacks on a free transfer. Kwame Kizito ended his stay with 16-times Libyan champions Al Ittihad. He was earlier rumored to be inching closer to a return to Hearts of Oak, a report he vehemently denied. Kizito will become the third Ghanaian at Hacken after Nasiru Mohammed and Mohammed Atta. Kizito was very instrumental for Hearts to a third…

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Hearts hold final training ahead of Hasaacas clash.

  Ghana Premier League side Accra Hearts of Oak have held their last training session ahead of their friendly game with Hasaacas in Takoradi on Sunday. The Phobians had a full house on Friday morning as coach Kim Grant took them through the needed drills ahead of the crunch encounter. Hearts of Oak have made several signings this window and the friendly game offers Kim Grant the needed opportunity to assess his charges. The game is slated for 3pm on Sunday at the Gyandu Park.

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Hearts of Oak set to part ways with Abubakar Traore

Ghana Premier League giants Accra Hearts of Oak are set to terminate the contract of their Burkinabe attacker Abubakar Traore. The 21-year-old attacker who joined the Phobians last year will be leaving the club following a poor performance. Footballmadeinghana.com understands the Burkinabe is not part of the plans of the new head Coach Kim Grant. Traore joined Hearts of Oak on a free transfer after a successful trial. He made only four appearances for the Phobians during the first round of the 2018 Ghana Premier League .

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