Hearts of Oak have named a three-man interim management committee to steer their campaign after failing to appoint a new Chief Executive.
The team is constituted by former chief executive Nii Ayi Bonte II (Thomas Okine), Frank Nelson and Isaac Tetteh populary known as TT Brothers.
The trio is expected to lead the Phobians campaign in the new season which begins on 23 November.
The Chief Executive position at the club became vacant after Vincent Odotei Sowah quit his post two weeks ago.
“The three will be responsible for recruiting and running the day-to-day administration of the club until a chief executive is found,” Board-secretary, Ernest Thompson told Ghanasoccernet.com
“The fans will have to understand that this is how the problems at the club can be dealt with for now.They will report directly to the board.
” We can’t specifically say when will appoint a chief executive.We can only know at our next board meeting.”
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