Hearts of Oak are close to securing the services of former Asante Kotoko Coach Paa Kwesi Fabian to lead the club in next season’s Premier League.
Coach Fabian will replace former coach Yusif Abubakar who was sacked for technical incompetence.
Coach Fabian will be expected to reorganize and guide the Phobians to clinch the Premier League title which they failed to defend last season.
Coach Fabian was ordered to take a six-week leave after a string of unimpressive results recorded at Asante Kotoko last season.
Management member of Hearts of Oak Frank Nelson told Joy Sports the club believes in the expertise of Coach Fabian.
“It is not a speculation it is a fact. We are in talks in Paa Kwesi Fabian and 99 per cent I can tell we have concluded the deal,” he said.
He said management has absolute faith in the coach despite concerns from certain quarters that Fabian did not perform when he was appointed coach of rival club Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
Source: Joy Sports/Myjoyonline.com/Ghana
- World Bank classifies Ghana as high debt distressed country; debt to GDP to hit 104%
- While others mocked me, Seidu Agongo offered to help – Kofi Amoabeng
- ‘Suck a breast within October’ – Health expert advises men
- Daddy Lumba opens up on being bedridden for over 5 years
- Child Rights International places ¢10k bounty on head of man flogging toddler in viral video
- E-levy: GRA blames charging entities for wrongful deductions
- President’s son loses army post after Twitter spree
- Auctioning of vehicles at Tema Port to go online by end of October, 2022- GRA
- ‘I sold my mansion for me not to go broke’ – Kofi Amoabeng
- UTAG, 3 university labour unions to strike on October 13
- We need a national discussion on how to make Ghana’s debt sustainable – Ato Forson
- Morocco issues first cannabis production permits
- Ukraine’s uphill battle to gain Africa’s support
- Victims of human trafficking need adequate information on the issue – Media consultant
- IMF won’t lend to Ghana if debt levels are unsustainable -Dr. Acheampong
- Black Sherif releases ‘The Villain I Never Was’
- Ghana’s debt to GDP is not properly accounted for – Ato Forson
- Scientists, policy makers to benefit from KNUST’s Building Stronger Universities project
- Nigerian oil export terminal had theft line in the sea for 9 years
- We are determined to build trustworthy and robust institutions – Chief Justice assures
- B. A. Mensah: Ghanaians are about to get a break from the fuel crisis
- Playback: PM Express discusses Ghana’s unsustainable debt levels and impact on IMF negotiations
- I will deal with government officials found complicit in galamsey activities – Akufo-Addo
- Sadiq Abdulai Abu, Bessa Simons, Spiky, others confirmed as speakers for 2022 Ghana DJ Clinic
- Nigerian singer Asa threatens Joeboy with copyright lawsuit, demands ₦300m