The 2014/15 league season promises to be one of the most competitive in the history of Ghana’s domestic football.
Your most informative sports portal,, therefore, brings to you a comprehensive coverage of the transfers of all the 16 clubs that will be competing in the league which kicks of on January 18.
We shall therefore look at the transfer activities of Accra Hearts of Oak, the oldest club in the league.
The dominance of the Porcupine family on the domestic scene has compelled their bitterest rivals, the Phobians to invest not only in the technical and managerial departments of the club, but also in the playing body as well.
The Phobians offloaded ten players and replaced them with eleven others to make the domestic competition keener.
The goalkeeping department saw the Phobians offloading Philemon McCarthy and replacing him with veteran Burkinabe goalie, Soulama Abdoulaye and supporting him with the capture of U-20 first choice goalie, Mutawakilu Seidu.
Vincent Atinga of Ebusua Dwarfs, Isaac Oduro and South African international Mason October joined the defensive department to cement and solidify the defensive wall of the Phobians while the midfield was beefed up with the capture of Richard Yamoah of Hasaacas, Leonard Tawiah from Aduana Stars, Kwame Kizito from a lower division side and Issa Mumuni from Dreams FC with the attack machinery having Togolese international, Foovi Komi Aguidi and former Bolton Wanderers starlet Hamza Mohammed.
Below is the complete list of players in and out of the Phobian family.
1. Soulama Abdoulaye (GK)
2. Komi Foovi Aguidi (Striker)
3. Richard Yamoah (Midfielder)
4. Vincent Atinga (Defender)
5. Tawiah Leonard (Midfielder)
6. Kwame Kizito (Attacking Midfielder)
7. Mason October (Left Back)
8. Hamza Mohammed (Striker)
9. Issa Mumuni (Midfielder)
10. Mutawakilu Seidu (Goalkeeper)
11. Isaacs Oduro (Right Back)
1. Nuru Sulley (Defender)
2. Philimon McCarthy (Goalkeeper)
3. Moro Abubakar (Midfielder)
4. Winful Cobbinah (Attacking Midfielder)
5. Obed Ansah (Midfielder)
6. Ezekiel Tetteh (Defender)
7. Romeo Abban. (Midfielder)
8. Stephen Tetteh (Midfielder)
9. Emmanuel Ansong (Defender)
10. Ed key Barajey. ( Attacker)