By Ameenu Shardow
Ex Hearts of Oak defender Daniel Coleman has joined second tier club Okwahu United in his latest bid to resurrect his career.
The 28-year-old arrives in Nkawnkaw as a free agent and has already started training with the side.
Coleman insists, he is focused on helping the Asase Aban lads regain their Premiership status while he looks to relaunch his career.
“This is how football is. Sometimes one needs to go down in order to c0me up hence the move to Okwahu,” Coleman told Obuoba FM.
“I want to regain my form and help the team win back promotion to the Premier League.”
Okwahu United Chief Executive Francois Annum has hailed the move and says it will boost the team’s chances of getting promoted this term.
“I am very delighted to have a player of Dan Coleman’s calibre in our team,” he said.
“We don’t have the budget as the teams he has played before but he has agreed to play by our modest terms and that is very good.
“He is a big player and am sure he will use his experience in guiding us back to the Premier League.”
Coleman who has played for Real Tamale United has made four appearances in the Ghana national team, the Black Stars.
He is well noted for taming then-Kotoko in-form striker Eric Bekoe during his time at Hearts of Oak.