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Hearts of Oak replaces W.O Tandoh with Bamutu Mahama as welfare manager

Published on: 30 August 2022

Hearts of Oak have announced Mr Moses Bamutu Mahama as the club's new welfare officer ahead of the new season. 

He replaces W.O Tandoh who left at the end of the season.

Mr Mahama has been working with relegated Ghana Premier League side West Africa Football Academy in the last few years.

"Mr Moses Bamutu Mahama joins Hearts technical team as the new Welfare Manager. He joins Hearts from WAFA and he will bring his experience to bare on the team," wrote the club on their official website.

The experience welfare manager is delighted to join the Phobians ahead of the new season.

“ I am happy to join this great team. We will work hard to achieve a positive result at the end of the season," he said.

Hearts of Oak begin the season with a trip to Dormaa to play Aduana Stars.

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