Former Managing Director of Accra Hearts of Oak, Neil Armstrong-Mortagbe has called on the club to support newly appointed managing director of the club, Mark Noonan.
The American was handed a three-year deal by the club’ board chairman Togbe Afede XIV to spearhead the club to achieve great things ahead of the new season.
And according to the former FIFA marketing consultant, the appointment of Noonan has brought 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.”