Heart of Lions F.C.

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Heart of Lions FC Ltd
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Full name Heart of Lions Football Club
Nickname(s) Giant Killers
Founded 2002
Ground Kpando Stadium
Kpandu, Volta, Ghana
Ground Capacity 5,000
Manager Paa Kwesi Fabin
League Glo Premier League
2011–12 Glo Premier League, 12th
Current season

Heart of Lions Football Club is a Ghanaian professional football club based in Kpandu, Volta. The club currently competes in the Glo Premier League.

History[edit]

They are a member of the Glo Premier League. They were 4th in the 2004, 2005 season of the One Touch Premier League and also finished in the top four of the competition the same year.

Staff[edit]

Management[edit]

  • President: Godwin Kwami Ahiapkor
  • Vice President: Samuel Ahiapkor
  • C.E.O: Walter Yankah
  • Welfare Officer: Richard Akwensi
  • Secretary: Dodzi Dzidzornu
  • Marketing & Chief Scout: Alex Aboagye

Sports[edit]

  • Team Manager: Paa Kwesi Fabin
  • Team Coach: Oti Akenteng
  • Assistant Coach: Orlando Wellingtion

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Ghana GK Abdul Bastic
2 Ghana DF Emmanuel Anarfi
3 Ghana DF Godfred Rockson
4 Ghana DF Prosper Aveh
5 Ghana DF Ahmed Mensah
6 Ghana MF Sherif Danladi
7 Ghana MF Edmund Allan Shearer
8 Ghana MF Hans Kwofie
9 Ghana FW Godfred Asante
10 Ghana MF Abraham Annan
11 Ghana FW Kofi Nti Boakye
12 Ghana FW Frank Osei
13 Ghana DF George Ali
16 Ghana GK Joseph Addo
No. Position Player
14 Ghana MF Issaka Yakubu Razak
15 Ghana MF Kweku Duah
17 Ghana DF Obed Ansah
18 Togo FW Koffi Sénam Fiabo
19 Ghana FW Samuel Ellis
20 Ghana MF Samuel Kingston
23 Ghana DF Yakubu Mohammed
27 Ghana MF Bright Nsiah
29 Ghana MF Daniel Acquaye
31 Ghana FW Isaac Morgan
32 Ghana MF Richmond Dekutse
33 Ghana DF Kwame Adjei
36 Ghana FW Felix Dauda Nelson
Ghana GK Stephen Ahorlu

Performance in CAF competitions[edit]

2005 – withdrew in First Round

References[edit]

External links[edit]