Ghana Premier League powerhouses, Accra Hearts of Oak, have officially appointed ex-Ghana international Kim Grant, as the club’s new Head Coach and Director of Football.
The Phobians, who are currently on the cusp of commemorating their 107th anniversary have handed Kim Grant a three-year deal which kick-starts on the 1st of December 2018.
At a press conference in Accra on Wednesday, Grant was unveiled as the man tasked with leading Togbe Afede XIV’s charges onto greater heights in Ghana football and beyond.
Grant was capped 14 times by Ghana in his playing days, and has previously worked with clubs including West Bromwich Albion in England, Sea Lions FC, and most recently Elmina Sharks FC.
Earlier in the week, Hearts, who are widely regarded as the oldest football club in the country, unveiled a modernized new club crest as they gear up to mark 107 years since their inception.
The Phobians are hopeful that these recent events will serve to usher the club into a successful new era domestically and continentally.
The PFAG wishes the entire Phobian fraternity well as they chalk up 107 years of existence with these exciting new developments.
It is our hope that these events will help reinforce the steps being taken by the club’s management to make the club an even more attractive, successful and globally established entity in the modern game.