Ghana Premier League

Hearts of Oak set to appoint Nigerian gaffer Paul Aigbogun as new head coach

The Phobians are without a coach after the sacking of interim gaffer David Ocloo

Ghanaian giants, Hearts of Oak are on the verge of appointing Nigerian trainer Paul Aigbogun as the new head coach, Getsportsgh.com understands.

The Phobians are without a coach after the sacking of interim gaffer David Ocloo days ago.

Ocloo was sacked after guiding the club to the 12th position on the Ghana Premier League log last season.

He handed the job on the interim basis last season after Hearts of Oak terminated the contract of Serbian tactician Slavko Matic.

Sources indicate that talks with Paul Aigbogun to takeover the Hearts of Oak coaching job is in advanced and very likely to be given the job after announcing Rene Hiddink as the technical director.

Paul Aigbogun after retiring from playing football, joined Warri Wolves in Nigeria on two occasions.

He was appointed the head coach of Enyimba International in 2016 and later became the Nigeria U-20 head coach.

Unfortunately for Aigbogun, in 2019, he was accused of receiving bribes from players to be selected for the Nigeria under-20 national team.

He became the new manager for Danish second division side Jammerbugt FC in August, 2022.

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