Hearts of Oak board meets the press this afternoon
By GoldenSports | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 419 views
The board of directors of glorious Accra Hearts of Oak will this afternoon meet the press at the premises of the World Trade Center.
This meeting had to be arranged to brief the fans and family of the glorious club about the happenings in the team and also to answer the various questions asked by the National Committee Chapters.
The early hours of today has not brought good news to the Phobians as the Supporters front this morning held a press briefing to show their displeasure with the board and management members thus closing the offices and not allowing staffs to work.
Preparations are currently on going at the world Trade center as the various TV and Radio stations are trooping into the premises. There is also heavy police presence in the premises to help avoid any issues.
Golden sports reporter will update our followers and readers with more news and information from the press briefing.
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