The management team of the renowned football club, Accra Hearts of Oak, has released a press statement following the resignation of their head coach, Kosta Papic. The management, in their press release, educated its football fans on which individual will be leading the team concerning their next match ahead.
The release stated that Coach Samuel Nii Noi will lewd the Phobian team against Abusua Dwarf on Sunday in the week - 15 fixture of the Ghana's Premiere League Competition at the Accra's sport stadium
Following the press release, the former Hearts of Oak defender, Ben Adjei, will sit in as the Teams Welfare Officer for the indisposed Sylvester Nii Sabahn, who accordingly is on a two weeks medical leave.
Enlightening the Phobia's, the press release also lectured on the light mischief that has "perpetrated" against the club. It assured the fans that the board is taking all necessary steps to fully restructure the Technical Team and thus, urges all Phobian fans to stay calm and remain cooperative as they work to make thing a lot better for the team.
Explaining further, the press release also lamented on rumours aimed at concocting the efforts of the team's management board and hence, urged all fans to disregard such information and remain positive as they try to forge ahead on a common cause to bring back the team's glory.
Ending the press release, the board asked the Phobians to focus on and celebrate the positive things that the board is putting in place to lay a strong foundation for the sustainable progress of the club. Giving an example as the ongoing Heart's Africa Academy Project at Pobiman, which they plan to complete into the next four months.
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