Hearts of Oak defender, Samuel Inkoom has made a clarion call to all and sundry to help make the Ghana Premier League better.
The former Black Stars defender made his Hearts of Oak debut in a 1-0 loss to rivals, Asante Kotoko in week 24 at the Baba Yara Stadium last Sunday.
He joined the Phobians on a free transfer after journeys abroad saw him play for clubs in Switzerland, Ukraine, Greece, France, Turkey, USA, Portugal and lately Bulgaria and Georgia.
He was on the verge of joining former club, Asante Kotoko but the deal fell through at the last minute, prompting a move to the capital based club.
Inkoom, 32, replaced attacking midfielder, Gladson Awako on the 63rd minute and quickly made his presence felt. He tweeted to express his joy at joining the club and urged all to help make the domestic top flight a better one.
Samuel Inkoom started his career with now second tier side, Sekondi Hasaacas before joining record Ghana Premier League holders, Asante Kotoko.
He was a member of Ghana’s U-20 squad the swept Africa and the world by storm in 2009 – winning the Africa U-20 championship in Rwanda and the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Egypt.
He has a silver medal to show for in Ghana’s 2010 AFCON second place finish against Egypt in Angola.