Heart of Lions President and owner, Dr. Randy Abbey, has reiterated their strong commitment to establishing a formidable team and a renowned brand that will benefit numerous young football talents.
After eight years in Division One League, the Kpando-based club regained their Ghana Premier League status by finishing at the top of zone two in the second tier of Ghana Football with five matches to spare.
In an interview with 3FM, Dr. Randy Abbey, who is also an Executive Council member of the Ghana Football Association, emphasized the team’s determination to build a long-term reputation for developing young talent, including women.
“We want to build a very successful brand. A brand that gives a lot of opportunities for talented young men and soon women as well and by doing that, we also want to create value as far as the shareholders are concerned,” he told Urban Blend on 3FM.
“We also want to do something for Kpando and for Volta. Something that will stand the test of time and we will be a successful brand. We want to create a lot of opportunities because the country has abundant talents when it comes to football and we want to be one of the brands that will give a lot of opportunities for these persons and create a lot of value for all of us,” he added.
In their first match after returning to the top flight, Heart of Lions impressed at the Baba Yara Stadium with a solid 0-0 draw against Asante Kotoko.