Accra Hearts of Oak held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Friday to discuss issues relating to the present and future of the club.
The one-day event saw the review of the club’s activities for the period ending August 31, 2012 as well as the impending season.
Togbe Afede XIV, Board Chairman said the club aspires to win laurels locally and internationally in the ensuing years.
In respect of this, he said they are keen on beefing up their squad with quality players to aid their quest for laurels.
He mentioned names likes Selassie Adjei and Emmanuel Hayford, both from Amidaus Professionals amongst the new recruits whilst plans are advanced to rope in a goalkeeper for the new season.
The Board Chairman added that his outfit will recruit players who will attract the attention of the various national teams.
He said priority will also be given to the youth team to harness young ones for the future.
The AGM, the highest decision making body of the club also saw the approval of financial statements for the year ending August 31, 2012; infrastructure, accounts as well as general issues related to the progress of the club.
This was the second AGM under the Togbe Afede led-Board, which came into effect two years ago.
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