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Hearts of Oak & GOIL extend partnership deal

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Ghana Oil Company Limited (GOIL) and Hearts of Oak have extended their partnership by one year.

The contract was signed on Friday, 14 February, 2020 and expected to expire in February 2021 which could see a possible extension for more years.

GOIL have been with the Phobians since 2016 when they first signed a year deal before extending to another two in 2017.

The previous deal which expired in 2019 have seen it renewed by the oil marketing company after a successful three year period in the Ghanaian market with their partnership with Hearts of Oak.

General Manager of Hearts of Oak Frederick Moore represented the club in penning the agreement together with the representatives of GOIL.

Monetary details of the deal is not yet known and should be communicated to the public by the club in the coming days.

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