Posted On Friday, 26th April 2013
Hearts of Oak will unveil their next Chief Executive at the end of the season.
MTNFootball.com has reported that seven persons have been pencilled down after the April 20 deadline for applications.
Former King Faisal CEO Vincent Sowah-Odotei and former head of the club’s supporters body Neil Amstrong-Mortabge are front-runners.
US-based businessman Raymond and former player Joe Dakota,who lives in the United States are also in the race.
Hearts have been without a substantive Chief Executive since Fred Crentsil stepped down at the end of last season.
Board Chairman Togbe Afede XIV will still continue to act till the rest of the season.
The club decided the delay the announcement of a new CEO in order not to disrupt their campaign for the remainder of the season.