The new Hearts of Oak arrives in Ghana

Martin Koopman, a Dutchman, will take over as Hearts of Oak’s head coach once he arrives in Ghana.

The new head coach is expected to do very well in the coming season and bring Hearts of Oak were they belong in terms of pedigree in the Ghana Premier League.

Last season, saw numerous Phobians talking bad about the club and the leadership of the club due to bad performances from the team on the field of play.

The 67-year-old, a former Dutch defender, offers a plethora of experience to the position. In the past, he has served as manager of organisations like AS Vita Club, FC Den Bosch, and BV Veendam as well as in Aruba and Saudi Arabia.

The Ghana Premier League team has been actively looking for a new manager since Slavko Matic left.

Due to underwhelming results, Slavko Matic, who had replaced Samuel Boadu mid-season on a two-year contract, left the team.

David Ocloo, a former assistant coach who took over as temporary manager, led the squad to a 12th-place finish the previous year before amicably parting company with the organisation.

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