Ex- Managing Direct of Accra Hearts of Oak insists the appointment of Mark Noonan as the new Chief Executive Officer of the club has brought some hope to the team.
American, Mark Noonan has been handed a three year deal and has been tasked with the job of transforming the team into a successful side.
Accra Hearts of Oak has struggled in recent past on and off the pitch and have encountered many managerial hitches.
However, Neil Armstrong Mortagbe who was once in charge of the capital based club backed the appointment of Mark Noonan and believes it will bring some form of hope to the club.
“Bringing on board Mark Noonan has brought hope to the Phobian fraternity and once again Hearts of Oak has set the pace which is history in the premier league,” Armstrong told Oyerepa FM.
“I was excited when I heard the news, this is unprecedented and I call on all and sundry to support the white man, so we raise the flag of Hearts of Oak high.”
“Many may be peeved but serving Hearts of Oak is a calling like that from God.”