Glorious Accra Hearts of Oak are set to appoint Michael Urukalo as their new head coach ahead of the 2017 Ghana Premier League season. The Phobians have been without a substantive coach after the departure of Portuguese coach Sergio Traguil.
But reports reveal that, the club have settled on the Serbian-born Australian tactician to take up the reins in the forthcoming season.
Urukalo had a brief stint with Nigerian side Enyimba FC, with whom he won the 2004 African Super Cup. He has also coached in Malaysia, Singapore Pro League, Kuwait National League, and he was the first coach to achieve the Malaysian double in 1991 with Johor FC.
Henry Wellington was appointed Assistant Coach whereas the club management were yet to settle on a head coach.
Hearts placed 4th in the just ended Ghana Premier League and are looking forward to winning it after missing out for several seasons.