Premier League giants Hearts of Oak long-standing Kpobiman Sports Complex project is set to be ready in July, 2018, according Happy FM.
According to Accra-based Happy FM, the board chairman of the club, Togbe Afede XIV has pumped a colossal amount of GH¢1.5millon into the project which commenced in the year 2000.
The reports further said said the Phobians are keen to move into the edifice before the end of the coming campaign, and new managing director Mark Noonan is expected to lead the charge.
The Accra-giants currently use the Legon Ajax Park, a rented facility which belongs to the University of Ghana, as their training ground.
The one-time CAF Champions League winners are scouring for a home venue for the 2017/18 Ghana Premier League season following the closure of the Accra Sports Stadium for renovations works ahead of the upcoming Africa Women’s Nation Cup.
The Club is reported to have settled on the Cape Coast Sports Stadium for the coming season but the Central Regional Nations Sports Authority stated his outfit is yet to be served any letter in regards to the club adopting the edifice in the forthcoming season.
Hearts will commence their quest to end their long league title drought with a trip to Techiman to engage league’s newcomers Eleven Wonders.
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