Chief Executive Officer of Hearts of Oak Mark Noonan has revealed that his side will be unveiling their new logo and jersey ahead of the resumption of the league campaign.
According to the American, the Phobians will be using new kits in the second round of the Ghana Premier League with a modern design to replace their iconic crest.
“We busily working to make our club more attractive and one is a kit sponsor, another is a kit supplier and the third thing we are working on which is a new identity for the club, is a new badge (crest)”, Noonan told Fox FM
“We’ve hired a new company for the kits and mostly a new kit supplier will also be able to introduce a new badge (Crest) and a new identity that I think will get our supporters really excited.”
“We won’t forget where we come from but, if you look at all the major clubs across the the world, everybody, from Juventus, Arsenal, Liverpool or Man City.”
He added “They’ve all done things to remake their identity particularly because in many years with fans of consuming media content through a very small screen that helps at hand, we are looking to do that update and we want to do that I will say over the next four weeks or so.”
The Rainbow Club have used their iconic crest with the Oak tree and their colours – Red, Yellow, Blue and Green – since 1911.