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2023/24 MTN FA Cup champions Nsoatreman FC have appointed former Black Stars player Yaw ‘Rush’ Preko as their new coach.

The appointment comes in the wake of the resignation of Maxwell Konadu, who led the club to a fourth-place finish in the just-ended Ghana Premier League and delivered its first silverware in the FA Cup.

He has since moved to South African side Black Leopards.

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In a statement on Thursday, July 4, Nsoatreman FC said the former Great Olympics coach is the “perfect fit” for the club’s philosophy and project.

“The 49-year-old is a perfect fit for the Nsoatreman philosophy and project, considering his track record in developing young talents.”

The contract spans two years.

Preko played in the local league for giants Hearts of Oak before traveling abroad to feature for the likes of Anderlecht in Belgium and Fenerbahce in Turkey, in his playing days.

Before handling Great Olympics as a coach, he was assistant at Hearts of Oak and Ifeanyi Ubah in Nigeria.

He was recently appointed by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) as the coach of the national U-15 men’s team.