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The club’s management has debunked rumours
that Coach Edward Nii Odoom is to be replaced for the resumption of the
2019/2020 season which has one game to end the first round.
Accra Hearts of Oak has three games to play
before the half way mark of the season is reached. The Phobians will honour a
Ghana Premier League (GPL) Matchday 16 encounter away to King Faisal before
playing Techiman Eleven Wonders and Legon Cities to close the first round.
A statement by the club read: “Hearts wants
to reiterate that Coach Odoom remains our head coach and therefore, we are
calling on all Phobians to offer him the necessary support.”
It further went on to say that “the club is
aware of some mischievous characters who will always concoct stories to satisfy
their selfish ends” all aimed at bringing the name of the club into disrepute.
“Hearts of Oak remains focused and will not
be swayed by these false reports,”, the statement concluded.
Coach Odoom took over as head coach
following the departure of previous gaffer Kim Grant after the first game of
this season, and, has been in charge of the Phobians since, guiding the club to
some impressive wins this season.
He recently told Hearts News that the
challenge is a tough one he is determined to surpass and, will work at great length
towards achieving the goal he has set for himself.
“I want to build a solid team that will
compete on all fronts this season and beyond, and, I am happy with the response
of the boys towards this ambition”, he said, insisting that the season is still
young to draw conclusions.
Having been assured of a strong backing of
the club, Coach Odoom will look to press on from where he left off when the
season resumes with Hearts unbeaten in the league since Matchday Six.