International Allies FC and Danish club HB Koge have entered into a cooperation agreement that will enable the two side share experiences and resources through technical exchange programmes, including opportunities for Inter Allies players to move to the Danish side either on loan or on permanent contract.
Under the agreement, HB Koge will send their coaches to visit their Ghana counterparts to observe training programmes by Inter Allies and also share ideas as part of their technical cooperation that will, among others other things, help the development of talents in both clubs.
According to the Ghana Premier League side’s website, the deal was signed in Denmark by Inter Allies president, Mr Rabeh El-Eter, and HB Køge officials.
It was made possible through sportswear manufacturing firm, Capelli Sports, which sponsors both clubs.
Currently, HB Køge has two Inter Allies players, 24-year-old Isaac Osae and 20-year-old Fredrick Opoku on trial training at the club ahead of being transferred to American Penn FC in the US USL.
Other areas of cooperation under the agreement include merchandising, sponsorship, marketing, travel planning, stadium logistics, ticket sales and media rights.
HB Køge has similar cooperation agreements with international clubs like American Chicago Bridges FC, Icelandic Trottur Reykjavik, Swedish Helsingborg City FC, Dutch Excelsior and Portuguese Escola Academia Sporting.