Ghana Premier League giants, Hearts of Oak, have announced the appointment of assistant coach Abdul Rahim Bashiru as their interim head coach.
This follows the departure of head coach Martin Koopman whose exit was confirmed on Monday.
The former Legon Cities assistant coach will now take charge of the Phobians on interim basis following the departure of his boss.
A statement on the club’s website said, “The Board of Accra Hearts of Oak has appointed the club’s assistant coach, Abdul Rahim Bashiru, as the acting head coach. His appointment takes immediate effect.
“Ahead of his appointment, Coach Bashiru had a very fruitful discussion with the management and thanked them for reposing confidence in him and promised to work for the betterment of the team.
“The management reassured Abdul Rahim Bashiru of their maximum support.”
Bashiru’s first assignment will be against Accra Lions next Tuesday, 21st November 2023. The Ghana Premier League match day 11 game will be played at the Accra Sports Stadium.
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