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Coach Kobi-Mensah takes up Great Olympics job, to face Hearts in first game

Bismark Kobi-Mensah has signed to be the new head coach of Accra-based Ghana Premier League side Great Olympics.

The 39-year-old had been without a club since quitting Karela United. He stepped down from the job prior to their 9th fixture in the ongoing 2022/23 league campaign on December 21.

Kobi-Mensah participated in the recently held CHAN 2022 as one of Ghana’s assistant coaches and has been back home idle.

The Great Olympics hierarchy decided to do away with the services of Yaw Preko as head coach and successfully engaged Kobi-Mensah as his replacement.

Kobi-Mensah was in Accra on Thursday where he signed a contract for the remainder of the current campaign with an option for the next year or two.

Great Olympics visit Bechem United in the Ghana Premier League this weekend led by interim coach Isaac Nii Armah with assistance from Richard ‘Olele’ Kingson.

Kobi-Mensah, according to sources, will assume duties at the beginning of next week. This is with the expectation that the Caf License A holder will have sufficient time to prepare the Dade Boys for his first match – a Marntse derby under the lights against city rivals Hearts of Oak on Wednesday, March 1.

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