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Ghana Premier League newcomers Vision FC appoint Nana Kweku Agyemang as new head coach

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Vision Football Club has announced Nana Kweku Agyemang as the Club’s new Head Coach.

The 46-year-old will begin his new role on 1st July 2024 on a two-year contract, with a club option of a further year.

The highly gifted Coach and leader joins the Eewo family ahead of their debut campaign in the Ghana Premier League.

Nana Agyemang takes over the leadership at the club from fast-rising Hamza Obeng Mohammed, who guided the side to a historic qualification to the Ghanaian top flight. 

Hamza Obeng, a CAF License B holder, has been named First-Team Assistant Coach while Ibrahim Otoo will serve as First-Team Second Assistant Coach.

The newly appointed Coach Nana Agyemang holds a UEFA B License and CAF A badges.

“I am very happy to be here. I look forward to working with a very talented group of players and coaching staff to develop a team that continues the club’s tradition of success and makes our fans happy and proud,” He said

“I’m very impressed with what I’ve seen and heard from my visit to the club. I have followed the team for some years and it’s a delight to finally be a part of the family.”

Having graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Calgary in Canada, Agyemang has a history of improving teams he is involved with and has a track record of maximising player development.

Before joining the newly promoted Ghana Premier League side, Agyemang guided the Ghana National U17 side to a fourth-placed finish in the WAFU Zone B Championship held in Ghana. 

“We are happy to welcome Nana Agyemang to Vision Football Club. His ambitions and work ethic align with those of the club. We thoroughly look forward to working with him,” said the Club’s CEO.

“His exciting and identifiable style of player development and team structure is in line with the direction of the club.

“He has been a key follower of the team’s progress and philosophy and looking forward to working with the group and the coaching staff.”

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