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Jeff Berding visits Pobiman Sports Complex
Mr. Jeff Berding, co-owner of FC Cincinnati arrived in Ghana on Friday on an official working tour to Hearts of Oak. He visited the club’s Sports Complex at Pobiman to inspect the facility. He was accompanied by
Hon. Vincent Sowah Odotei and Alhaji Akambi ( Board Members) and the Acting General manager, Bernard Gyabi.
During the inspection, he was taken through all areas of the facility including the pitches (artificial and natural), Golf course, Basketball and Volleyball pitches, hostel accommodation amongst others.
Whilst at Pobiman, he witnessed the team’s final training session ahead of Sunday's game against Dreams FC. He also interacted with the Technical team and players soon after their training. He encouraged them to be disciplined with their work. Football is a team sport so he charged them to play as a unit and success will eventually come their way.
Jeff Berding expressed his pleasure at the level of investment the club has made in infrastructural development. That path was certainly the best approach to adopt in developing a modern professional club. He was very much confident that Hearts of Oak will in the next few years compete with highly ranked teams in the world.
Tomorrow afternoon, Jeff Berding will be at the Accra Sports Stadium to witness our week-8 encounter with Dreams FC.
On Monday, he will visit the club’s ultra modern secretariat which is currently under construction. Later in the day, he will pay a courtesy call to the Board to discuss issues relating to the Common Value Club Alliance (CVCA).
After the meeting with the board, he will also have the opportunity to address the press on Tuesday.