Accra, April 1, GNA - Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club has congratulated their one-time city rivals, Accra Great Olympics Football Club for qualifying to return to the national Premiership.
The Club said "We wish to note that your stoic determination to resume your rightful position in Ghana football perfectly matches the splendid and unbeaten record you chalked in the process".
The Board Chairman of Hearts, Commodore Mensah said in a congratulatory message that the Club wish to commend the entire players, technical men and supporters of Great Olympics on their excellent performance in the just ended Division One Middle League leading to their return to the national Premier League.
The release added that "As one of the pioneers of the national league in 1958, we welcome you not only to familiar grounds of city rivalry, but also into the 'Club of Five Premiership sides in the Greater Accra Region" with the promise to continue the good sporting relations between our two Clubs".
Accra, April 1, GNA - Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club has congratulated the Chief Executive Officer of Tema Youth football Club as well as the players, officials and supporters of the Club on their sterling performance in the just ended Middle League that ensured their qualification to the Premier League.
Tema Youth are making their maiden appearance in the premiership and crowned their success by trouncing former premiership side, B.A. United, 3-0 in their last encounter at the Robert Mensah Stadium at Cape Coast on Thursday.
The Administrative Manager of Hearts, Ashford Tettey-Oku in a congratulatory message to Tema Youth copied to the GNA Sports welcomed the Tema lads to the "Club of 5 Premiership team in the Greater Accra Region.
Mr Tettey-Oku promised the Tema team of a very good sporting relationship at all times.
The release said "the difficulties and experience of First Division football and your determination to aim and achieve higher laurels reflected in the kind of stuff you exhibited to earn a meritorious qualification to the premiership".