Hearts board chairman has announced that the Phobians will be embarking on decisive steps in their rebuilding of the squad that failed to impress and won nothing. “We have found the problems that have mitigated against us over the past season and we are trying to resolve them,” Togbe Afede XIV told Kumasi-based FM, explaining that there is available funds to spend.
Not everything is done by funds the board is under criticism because of Alhaji Akambi, who has come under a lot of scrutiny from former officials and players of Accra Hearts of Oak for the past years as the problem of the club. Alhaji Akambi took GHC200 bribe from Nkoranza Warriors official he introduced to the club for the transfer of one of Emmanuel Sarkodie.
Akambi is too stubborn and I'm speaking the truth. The inability to keep coaches for long is caused by Akambi,” Don Bortey told Bright Kankam Boadu. Looking at this kind of board how can you succeed as a club aiming at Africa. Meanwhile, a member is collecting bribes from this point how come he can be trusted by the players.
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