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New Boss Meet Hearts of Oak's new American Chief Executive Officer

The choice of Noonan to head the front office of the Accra based club is a novelty in Ghanaian football.

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Mark Noonan

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Ghanaian Premier League club Accra Hearts of Oak have unveiled a new Chief Executive Officer in the person of American Mark Noonan.

Noonan's appointment comes after the suspension and subsequent dismissal of head coach Frank Nuttal last week.

The choice of Noonan to head the front office of the Accra based club is a novelty in Ghanaian football.

READ ALSO: Hearts of Oak sack head coach Frank Nuttal

Most Ghanaian club's are headed by indigenes and Noonan's appointment comes as the first non-Ghanaian to steer the administration of a major club.

Togbe introducing Noonan play

Togbe introducing Noonan

 

He comes into the job with a vast experience in football management.

He was the Executive Vice President of Marketing of Major League Soccer (MLS). Major League Soccer is a men's professional soccer league sanctioned by U.S. Soccer that represents the sport's highest level in both the United States and Canada.

Noonan held this position for 4 years where he oversaw overall strategic marketing and branding for the League and its sister company, SUM.

READ ALSO: Hearts names Henry Wellington as interim coach

He was also involved with the corporate sponsorship activities and broadcast initiatives as part of the MLS and SUM senior management teams.

Mark Noonan was introduced to the playing body this morning after training by team owner, Togbe Afede XIV.

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