Hearts of Oak supporter’s leadership offered to pay for the cost of the wall around 20-acre land as part of their contribution towards the ultra-modern Pobiman project the club started a few months ago.
However, reports coming in indicate that after the cost of the wall of GHC 800,000 was made known to the leadership of the NCC, they are shocked as they think the group doesn’t have the financial capacity to pay such a cost. The cost is too high for supporters union and have decided to take another approach to still contribute something to help the club in the upcoming years.
It is open to all Phobians anywhere in the world with an onetime minimum registration fee of GH¢2.00 required. Phobians and other well-wishers of the club can register through mobile money on 0245286686 as the club seeks to compile a comprehensive database of its followers across the world.I have notified the MD who is also happy with the idea so we will carry it to the board to get the green light as to how we will go about it”, Elvis Hesse Herman told Oyerapa FM.
“We need to seek clearance from the board as to which means and capacity we can help”. “When given the green light, I am confident my phobians will show the world how much they love their club”, he added.The CEO of Hearts, Frederick Moore, said the club’s long-term plan was to build its own stadium in the future but the focus now was to see the Pobiman project in place.
“If we have to build our stadium we would have to consider the capacity, looking at the large number of supporters who patronize our games. The supporters are too much for us to contain and we can't afford to continue their hostage at the mini stadium.
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