Keepers' coach Edward Ansah describes Hearts as 'sweet family house'
Newly appointed Hearts of Oak goalkeepers’ trainer Eddie Ansah says he has returned to a ‘sweet family house’ after his appointment on Thursday.
He has signed a two-year deal and joined the technical team headed by Herbert Addo to revive their faltering campaigns.
Ansah was trainer for the Ghana between 2004 and 2012 and worked with many coaches including Bukhard Ziesse, Mariano Baretto, Claude Le Roy, Milovan Rajevac and Goran Stevanovic.
He played for Hearts of Oak in the early 90s and he has promised to make a huge mark and strengthen his department.
“For me, joining Hearts reminds me of returning to a sweet family house. It is a place I have always wanted to return to work as a coach so I must say I am happy to be back here,” the ex-international gloves man told Sports Crusader.
Ansah’s job was in-charge of South African side Black Leopards during their spell in the Premier Soccer League two seasons ago.