Accra Hearts of Oak board member, Dr. Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe has rejected claims they interfered in the work of Serbian coach Kosta Papic who resigned from the job after 77 days in charge earlier this week.
The Ghana Premier League giants have been faced with series of resignation from their technical team in the last few days; the head coach together with his assistant Joseph Asare Bediako and goalkeepers’ trainer Ben Owu have all called it quit, leaving the Phobians with only Team Manager in the technical team.
The club’s board has received some flak for alleged interference but in a reaction Dr. Nyaho-Tamakloe explained that they have never meddled in the affairs of the technical team.
“Not at all, not to my knowledge.
“I keep telling that I have been with the club for years, if there is anything like that [interference], definitely, I would have told you, particularly with this coach [Kosta Papic],” he said on GPL Xpress.
“Because initially we taught this is somebody with the technical know-how so let’s assist him so that he will be able to achieve his own objective and help the club.
“Anything he asked for, he was given. You have no idea.
“Definitely, there must be a reason why he did what he did and I believe strongly that in the nearest future, we shall get to know the cause of his behaviour,” Dr. Nyaho Tamakloe intimated.
Due to the vacuum created by the mass exits, Hearts have, in the interim, put their U-15s coach Samuel Nii Noi in charge of the first team until new appointments are made.
The Phobians are preparing to host Ebusua Dwarfs in a GPL match-day 15 fixture on Sunday.
By Francis Hema|3news.com|Ghana