The Premier League Board (PLB) has directed all Premier League Clubs to observe a minute silence ahead of this weekend’s Premier League fixtures in honour of Coach Herbert Addo.
The PLB further directs that all players and match officials should wear black arm bands for this weekend’s fixtures.
The former Premier League manager passed away last week after a short illness.
Herbert Addo won the Ghana Premier League on five occasions with four different clubs – and he remains the only coach to have achieved that feat in the history of the local game, thus one of the nation’s most decorated coaches with a career that lasted close to 40 years. He helped Aduana Stars to their one and only league title in 2010, but before that, he won titles with Hearts of Oak in 2002, Asante Kotoko in 1988, and AshGold (then Goldfields in 1995 and 1996).