Former Accra Hearts of Oak team manager W. O. Tandoh has debunked claims by Dr. Nyaho Tamakloe that some players of the club were smoking and drinking before playing matches last season. In an interview on Asempa fm this morning, W. O. Tandoh was emphatic that it is not true that players smoked and drank ahead of league games. He was surprised by what was said by board member Dr. Nyaho Tamakloe.
“It is not true. There is a bad person in every house. I have never seen a player drinking or smoking. Somebody’s social life is not my business. I was surprised to have heard that from my uncle. Let the technical team come and answer. It is never true.”
Series of allegations of misconduct have been made by some officials of Accra Hearts of Oak including board member Dr. Nyaho Tamakloe. The loquacious board member has been speaking about his club, alleging that some players smoked and drank before league matches. He is on record to have questioned the tactical prowess of head coach Samuel Boadu, insisting that he should not be allowed to lead the team into CAF inter club competition this year.
His comments will not go without controversy as some fans are calling for his resignation or sack. They are imploring board chairman Togbe Afede to ensure sanity prevails by sacking Dr. Nyaho Tamakloe.
In the midst of all these allegations, Accra Hearts of Oak are yet to officially comment on them and indicate the way forward. Reports say the club has commenced some internal enquiries about the said allegations and intends to make things known in due time.
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