Sports News of Sunday, 20 December 2015
Hearts of Oak have now adapted Nicholson Park in Burma Camp as their new training ground after parting company with authorities of the Legon Park.
The Phobians in their pre-season adapted the grassless Tesano Police Park as their training grounds but the Accra giants shifted their training to Legon Park for better field adaptation.
Reports in the media early this week revealed that the troubled former Ghana Premier League champions have been sacked from the Legon Park for non-payment.
A source close to the management of the Phobians has disclosed to GHANAsoccernet.com that due to the new development, they have now adapted the Nicholson Park in Burma Camp as their new training field.
“Due to the issues surrounding the Legon Park, the club has now moved to the Nicholson Park in Burma Camp. So from now going the club will be training there until the Legon issue is resolved,” the source revealed.