Hearts of Oak have been in the news for some time now. The news surrounding the club is mingled with good and ‘bad’ news.
The club reached and unveiled a partnership deal with Star Assurance, work is ongoing at Pobiman and a new bus has arrived at the end of the Rainbow giants.
But, these positive news are also mingled with players leaving the team. Christopher Bonney, Benjamin Agyare, Joseph Esso and others have left the team.
There are other players who want to fight their way out, William Denkyi and Kofi Kordzi.
The captain of Hearts of Oak, Fatau Mohammed said in an interview on Silver FM 98.3 that Hearts of Oak are in talks with him to renew his contract.
The captain said that he has one year left on his contract and the club has approached his management.
When he was asked about his role in convincing players to stay, he made it clear that he has been talking to the players but it all lies with the board and management of the team.
The good news is that not all players are itching to move. Some are willing to stay on the grounds of fidelity and faithfulness.
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