The Phobians have brought on board their former shot-stopper Dan Tetevi as the new goalkeeper’s trainer taking over from sacked Abubakar DambaRelegation threatened Accra Hearts of Oak have embarked on major technical restructuring as they seek to haul themselves from the drop zone of this year’s Ghana Glo Premier League when the second round begins.
Goal.com Ghana’s investigations confirm former goalkeeper Dan Tetevi, who was key when the Phobians reached the semi-finals of the then Africa Cup Winners Cup in 1982, has been appointed as the new goalkeeper’s trainer replacing sacked Abubakar Damba.
Tetevi who spent eight fruitful years with the Phobians has been tasked to help improve upon the output of the shot-stoppers as up till now the Rainbow club is yet to settle on a first choice goalkeeper.
The restructuring has also seen Nat Ofosu taking over the position of team manager. He replaces Patrick Madjitey.
Meanwhile, reports monitored by Goal.com Ghana from the Ghana Football Association have also revealed that eight of the 10 players registered by Hearts of Oak were not properly registered.