If he is not a qualified player then why do the club spend a whole lot of time and effort on his work to be done. It is amazing how only one player can lead to the sack of an operations manager.
The Congolese international is now the best player in the Phobia squad this season. He came in as a young chap planning and competing to make it in the starting eleven, but now his star has shine to make him everybody's favorite player.
Which earn him a call up in the Afcon qualifies. The club’s failure to renew inform left-back Ovouka’s work permit led to the sacking of Chief Operating Officer, William Coleman. A report filed by Kumasi based source indicates that the 21-year-old has finally secured his permit and ready to hit the ground running for the Phobians.
The 21-year-old left-back recently signed a fresh one-year deal will keep him at the Rainbow club until 2024. Ovouka who is a prominent member of the Congolese national team joined Accra Hearts of Oak in 2018 and has risen to become a key component of the club.
The reason why this situation got the man out of his position is because, it will lead to the a lot more conversation of being a careless management body. Which will serve as a yardstick for people to mock the club of not knowing how to make a team better in the 21century. The level of being sluggish will lead to the bad side of the teams welfare.
As a young player, the management can make a better business out of him to ensure that there is progress in the club. As the Pobiman project even needs funds to complete. The player whose work permit had expired is now available as it has been renewed with the Ghana Immigration Service.
Ovouka was excluded from the Hearts of Oak team that beat Inter Allies by a lone goal in their match day 20 fixture at the Accra Sports Stadium. The Congolese International who has been in good form was recently handed a call up by his national team for the last two AFCON qualifiers.
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