Former Ghana international Kim Grant has been appointed as head coach of Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak.
He becomes the Phobians’ third coach this year after Frank Nuttal and Henry Wellington but sixth manager in four years.
The 46-year-old will also work as director of football for the club.
Grant becomes the Phobians new manager under the leadership of Togbe Afede XIV following the departure of Henry Wellington in the first round of the truncated 2017/18 Ghana Premier League season.
However, Grant expressed his delight to be joining the Rainbow Club and that he is hoping to bring the Accra-based club to its glory days.
“Thank you for welcoming me. I’m delighted to have been chosen by this great club. I hope to make this club great once again. It’s the biggest club in Ghana with a huge fan base.” – he said at the unveiling ceremony.
Grant takes over from stop-gap coach Seth Hoffman and will commence his Hearts Of Oak career on December 1, 2018.