Ghana Premier League giants Hearts of Oak will unveil their new bus early next month, when the team returns from the festive break.
The Phobians have procured a 48-seater bus which will serve as the club's main source of transport when football bounces back in January.
The acquisition of the bus is seen as one of the major moves by Chief Executive Officer of the club Mark D. Noonan.
This comes after the club secured a mammoth kit sponsorship deal with Umbro a few months ago.
Under the leadership of the American, the club also moved to their own training complex in Pobiman.
The Phobians have undergone several changes at the club including the change of it's logo on their 107th anniversary.
Before the Christmas, the club beat Medeama SC 3-1 in a high profile friendly.
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