The clubs in Ghana has never been through and through with the some careless moves to their CEO's whicjh is not helpful. Looking at the pedigree of GFA appointee Frederick Moore to propose new ExCo compensation member, The Committee is chaired by Frederick Nana Kweku Moore, the Chief Executive Officer of Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club.
The other members of the three-member Committee are Wilfred Kweku Osei, President of Tema Youth Sporting Club and Eric Delali Senaye, Chief Executive Officer of Inter Allies Football Club. Hearts of Oak according to the source, had inquired from the GFA if they could replace the MD and the plan was to replace him with Mr Frank Nelson Nwokolo but that was not possible, hence the directive to withdraw his candidature.
Another board member when contacted also refused to comment about the matter and only said, “Its a very difficult situation, I can’t also comment as the MD said he can’t."
Hearts of Oak Managing Director, Frederick Moore, has disclosed that no Ghanaian club can survive on gate proceeds for its administration. “No football club can survive just with gate proceeds but also need support from government and corporate Ghana”. Kosta Papic as their new head coach.
The Serbian trainer was spotted at the Accra Sports Stadium in the club’s 1-0 defeat to Inter Allies together with Board Member, Vincent Sowah Odotei. Edward Nii Odoom, who has been with the club on an interim basis following the exit of Kim Grant last season was hoping to guide the club to end their 11 years trophyless jinx.
Upon the coachs arrival Mr. Moore made provisions for him by appointing an experienced hands in the local terrain to assist him to bring back the love. Asare Bediako, a former Berekum Chelsea coach who was appointed assistant coach in November.
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