Women’s Premier League giants Sekondi Hasaacas Ladies have announced Asante Kotoko Board member, Evelyn Nsiah Asare as the new Chief Executive Officer of the the club, effective Saturday, August 1, 2020.
The Black Princesses Welfare Manageress has been serving as a management member of the Hasmal Ladies, and has now been elevated to the position of the CEO following a successful and dedicated delivery during her tenure as a management member.
Ms Nsiah Asare has worked with most of the female national football teams in the country, and has contributed massively to the growth of women football in the country. Her exploits in football administration recently earned her an appointment as a board member of premier league record winners Asante Kotoko, and has now been pushed up the ladder of football administration following her appointment as CEO of Hasaacas Ladies FC.
“Sekondi Hasaacas Football Club is delighted to announce that Ms. Evelyn Nsiah Asare Owusu has been elevated to the position of the Chief Executive Officer of Sekondi Hasaacas Ladies Football Club effective August 1, 2020″, the club announced on Thursday.
Commenting on her appointment, Chief Executive Officer of Sekondi Hasaacas Football Club, Samuel Arbuah described her appointment as “a new chapter” in the quest of Hasaacas Ladies FC to add up to their cabinet of trophies, having won 4 of the National Women’s League trophies. He also called on all other persons working as management members of Hasaacas Ladies to assist Ms Nsiah Appiah to achieve greater things for the club. He further applauded all hard working officials of the club for their immense contribution towards the success of the club.
““This is a new chapter of the club’s seemingly impressive run and everyone is expected to assist in ensuring Ms. Evelyn Nsiah Asare’s administration succeeds”, Samuel Arbuah told the club’s official website. ““It’s also expected that several other people who have contributed immensely to the cause of the club in the winning of its 4 national championship trophies be applauded”, he said.