Hearts of Oak unveil four new players to boost their league campaign
Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak have signed four new players including an Ivorian striker Edikeu Tnede Beronger to boost their First Capital Plus Premier League campaign.
The former Georgia-based attacker is among the four players coach Mohammed Polo has signed to boost his side in the remaining matches of the season.
The Phobians signed young attacking midfielder Mustapha Abdul Manan from Asokwa Warriors in Kumasi.
Ezekiel Tetteh, a striker from Okwawu United who also played briefly for St. Mirren, is among the players unveiled as Hearts seek to rebuild.
Gerald Odupong Wellington, also a striker formerly of the club’s nursery side, Auroras and Obuasi Ashgold returns to his mother club to boost his career
Ivorian Beronger joins the Phobian family from Lazig FC of Georgia.