By John Kwesi Arthur
Football writer kick442.com Ghana
Fans of Ghana’s oldest club, Hearts of Oak stormed the club’s secretariat earlier today Wednesday February 17, 2021 to demonstrate against the recent happenings in the club.
It would be recalled that, just a week ago, the assistant coach of the side, Joseph Asare Bediako resigned without any justifyiable reason but reports had it that, he left the club due to lack of accomodation.
Just few days after, the head coach Kosta Papic and the goalkeepers’ trainer Ben Owu also resigned with different reasons including interference from the board and management on the part of the head coach and lack of accommodation on the part of Ben Owu.
The supporters as a result of this, met the media on Wednesday morning at the club’s secretariat and made four demands to the board chairman Togbe Afede XIV which includes appointing a new local coach for the club latest by Friday.
“The NCC demands the immediate appointment of a first-team coach.
“This should be done in consultation with all the stakeholders. We have realized that the expatriate coaches have not helped the club for the past decade.
We will not hesitate to take any action when an expatriate coach is appointed. The NCC wants to be involved in who becomes the next Chief Executive Officer and a local coach,” the club’s supporters chief, Elvis Herman Hesse said.
In addition, the NCC wants the board of directors of the club to be reconstituted and organize Annual General Meeting which they claim the club has failed in doing so for the past three years.
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