Stephen Appiah set to serve on new Hearts of Oak board - Reports

Football News Stephen Appiah set to serve on new Hearts of Oak board - Reports
FEB 28, 2024 LISTEN

Stephen Appiah, a former captain of the Black Stars, is poised to join the forthcoming board of Hearts of Oak, yet to be officially named.

The dissolution of the existing board was declared by the club on Tuesday, marking the end of its 12-year tenure, as communicated via the club's social media channels.

Hearts of Oak is currently in the process of forming a new board, with the formal announcement expected at the club's Annual General Meeting (AGM) scheduled for March 2024.

Appiah, a former player for the Phobian Club, is anticipated to make a comeback to the club, this time in a board member capacity, pending the inauguration of the new board.

During his previous stint with Hearts of Oak from 1995 to 1997, the 43-year-old midfielder showcased his prowess, making 21 appearances and netting 19 goals.

Renowned for his contributions both on and off the field, Appiah brings a wealth of experience, having previously served as the team manager for the Black Stars and held various other roles.

His memorable achievements include guiding the Black Stars to qualify for the 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cups held in Germany and South Africa respectively.

Under the auspices of the dissolved board, Hearts of Oak annexed the Premier League, two FA Cups, Super Cup and the President's Cup.

Samuel Ekow Amoasi Appiah
Samuel Ekow Amoasi Appiah

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