The Phiobians spokersperson lifts the lid on the unfortunate development that has many talking Hearts of Oak spokesman Kwame Opare Addo has thrown light on the circumstance surrounding the near-exit of key players of the club.
The Phobians’ management has come under fire as the Accra base side are on the verge of losing about five top men on a free due to expiration of their contracts at the end of the season. Captain Thomas Abbey, who finished the season as the club’s top scorer, leads the pack.
“It is never true that Hearts of Oak management and board sat unconcerned all this while for player contracts to run out-I will say this and continue to say this and I will put it in my head on the block, “Opare said on Adom TV. The Hearts of Oak board chairman is one person that even a year and a half ago, he kept on saying “Look, players contracts are running out, we have to make sure these players continue playing for us because we have nurtured them and they are playing good football.
“I will not say these things behind their backs. If the players were here, I will still say it because that is the truth. None of these players you have mentioned can say that the (earliest time)we called them was in June, It was before June. Yes. None of these players.
Source: The Publisher