Pedantic former Chairman of Hearts of Oak, Harry Zakuor have advised the majority shareholder of the club Togbe Afede XIV to embrace people who are willing to come on board to help the progress of the club.
The majority shareholder of the Accra giants has been slammed for not allowing any helping hand on board as the club keeps sinking, going six seasons without a major silverware.
The former director of the club who has been very critical of the current board and management in a quick turn of events has called on the Board Chairman of the club to invite more hands on deck to see to the progress of the club.
‘I don’t know the recruitment team of Hearts of Oak. The only thing they have been able to do for the club is to hire a Toyota engineer from Japan to handle the club.’
‘After losing his first pre-season match by 4-1, he started fighting his team manager.’
‘I think Togbe should see to changing the fortunes of the club because there are people who want to help and get the club back to its winning ways,’ Zakkuor opined.
In a related development, former striker of the club Mahatma Otoo last week in one of his interviews called on Togbe Afede XIV to involve the past directors of the club in order to salvage the image of the club.
By: Sheikh Tophic Sienu @desheikh1 on twitter
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