"If You Fail To Adhere To Our Demands, We'll Make Running Of Hearts Very Uncomfortable" - NCC Warns
The Leadership of the National Chapters Committee of Accra Hearts of Oak has sent a strong warning to the Board of the club saying if they do not adhere to their demands, the running of the team will be very uncomfortable.
According to its Chairman, Elvis Herman Hesse, it is fed up with how the club is being handled adding that the right things must be done.
Addressing Journalists in Accra on Wednesday, Herman Hesse said "If the Board fails to adhere to our demands then they should not underestimate us, we are going to make the running of Hearts Of Oak Sporting Club very very uncomfortable."
He added that the supporters are fed up with foreign managers stressing that they have not been of any good help to the team.
“We are demanding that the club will appoint a local coach when it decides to appoint a successor to Kosta Papic. Over the years, we have seen management members appointing expatriates and it didn’t work so we don’t want any more of them,” Mr. Hesse said.
Mr. Hesse also explained that "We are ready to die for our dear club today & to die for Hearts of Oak forever!"
Hearts sits at the 11th position on the league table.
The Phobians will clash with Ebusua Dwarfs at the Accra Stadium on Sunday.
The Board is expected to meet later today to address some keys issues affecting the club.
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Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith