Herbert Addo to seal two-year deal with Hearts

Veteran coach Herbert Addo will be confirmed as the new head of the club’s technical team at a board meeting on Thursday afternoon according to footy-Ghana.com.
Addo will be making a return to the club in a two-year deal.
His first stint with the Phobians was when he had to fill in the big shoes of coach Jones Attuquayefio in March 2002 who was leaving behind a legacy of a four-time Ghana Premier League Championship triumphs, the CAF Champions League and Super Cup wins in 2000 and 2001 respectively.
Coach Addo guided Hearts to win the Ghana Premier League in his first season; achieved a similar but record-making feat with Premier League new boys Aduana Stars in 2010. He previously trained arch-rivals Asante Kotoko in the preceding season but a dispute over wages led to his departure from the porcupine warriors.
According to our reliable sources, Coach Addo will earn not less than GHc8,000 as monthly salary at Hearts.
Addo took over Inter Allies after a turbulent start to the First Capital Plus Premier League which saw them bottom on the league chart without a single point after losing their opening six games but a subsequent rejuvenated run under his guidance in the second half of the 2013/14 season kept the Premiership status of the ‘Eleven Is To One’ club with an impressive sixth-place finish.
Aside the immediate task of preparing the Hearts of Oak team for the two domestic cup competitions (league an FA Cup) in the upcoming season, Coach Addo will be expected to make an impact with the Hearts team as they make a return to continental football where they would be competing in the CAF Confederations Cup after finishing third in the 2013/2014 First Capital Plus Premier League.

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