Glorious Accra Hearts of Oak MD, Mr Frederick Moore has been rumored to step down as the head of the club. Information allglobalsports is picking on the ground seems to show that there’s a possibility of the MD moving to a UK firm as an accountant.
Mr Moore has been under pressure from the supporters of the club for neglecting the branding of the club and specifically the communication department.
Mr Moore have been with the club for two seasons and in all those seasons there hasn’t been any active football to measure his success in football leadership. He will boast of being part of the GHALCA committee at the Ghana football Authority.
Mr Moore seen as someone who really has less knowledge in football and so it shows in his handling of the club.
Chances are that, his replacement would have a lot of work to do considering that he has made a lot of media friends and the new person would have to continue and even do more.
Who is coming next? Is it Vincent Odotei? Is it going to be just a movement of place within the secretariat?
We will keep you updated.
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