Mr Frederick Moore, Chief Executive Officer of Accra Hearts of Oak has said on National radio that Hearts of Oak will next season increase the salaries of players with the minimum salary of 1000 dollars.
Hearts of oak has been on the media space for the wrong reason these few days with fans asking the management about the recruitment of an assistant coach for the current coach Edward Nii Odoom, a physical instructor and a media team to handle the social and media handles of the club.
Information reaching us is, hearts has just gotten some cash injection from the board chairman which will help push the finances of the club higher. Frederick Moore said we have gotten some financial help which will help push things in the club. he added that we have decided to increase the players salary and get the appropriate personnel's to help our communication department.
l can only plead with our supporters to have faith for we hear their cry and will do our best to make them happy.
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