Hearts of Oak and Great Olympics old stars to engage in peace match

Published on: 19 October 2020

Old stars of the two top football clubs in the capital of Ghana, AHOOPA and AGOSU are planning to play a fun/peace match at the Accra Sports Stadium in November.

The two retired players associations have been engaging for the past weeks on how they can contribute to maintain the peace and order in the country.

They have set up a planning committee aided by astute media and event organizing managers and consultants to make the peace match possible before the December General Elections.

They have already met a few sponsors and are in consultation with others for support to whet the appetite of football lovers and fans.

Some of the old players who have expressed interest in the fun game and backing to bring back the love include Evans Aryee Quaye, Nii Moi Maclean, John Naawu, Sam Suppey, Ali Jarra, Dan Quaye, Thomas Otenkorang, Akwei Maclean, Isaac Acquaye, Tetteh Chandu, Issa Alhassan, Okang Wantu, George Alhassan, Awule Quaye, Peter Lamptey, Stephen Appiah and Godwin Attram.

Other players have shown interest and given full support for the match.

They are planning to meet the Minister of Youth & Sports and the GFA president and other stakeholders in football.