Sports News of Friday, 17 February 2017
Newly appointed Accra Hearts of Oak Coach Frank Nutall has made an attempt to water-down the lofty expectations of Phobian fans insisting that he cannot change the fortunes of the Phobian club overnight.
The Scot has in stead vowed to work hard to get results that will propel the Phobians up the Ghana Premier League table.
The former Gor Mahia coach who was officially unveiled as Hearts Coach Thursday, signed a two-year deal with the Phobians.
He is the latest in a string of coaches – both local and expatriate that have been tasked to end Hearts of Oak’s eight year domestic trophy drought.
Nutall is not sure wether he will suffer the fate of his predecessors but insists that he will do his best to improve the team.
“The goal is always to work,we need to work to move the club forward.
“We gonna try our best and i am not promising anybody anything but the aim is to win every game and we will work very hard and win every competition that is why i am in the business,” Nuttall told Starr FM