We won’t force any player to stay – Hearts CEO Fred Moore
Accra Hearts of Oak Chief Executive Officer Frederick Moore has suggested that the club will not stand in the way of players who are not committed to the Phobian badge.
The CEO reiterated the club’s aim in working with players, who are fully devoted to helping realize the ambitions of the club.
Fred Moore was responding to reports that striker Kofi Kordzi wants to leave for Qatar.
“If any player wants to go, we won’t force them to stay in the club, Football is a team game and we have to find the best team possible to win not the best individual to win,” Frederick Moore said on Oyerepa FM.
It’s been almost a decade since the centurion club landed a major silverware and with the club’s teeming supporters constantly pressurizing the board and management to strategize properly in order to help the club compete for honors.
They have however begun fresh contract talks with Robert Addo, Emmanuel Nettey, Benjamin Afutu, and others.
Hearts of Oak have lost Joseph Esso and with Kofi Kordzi being targeted by Qatari side, it remains to be seen if the new signings in Ademola Danjuma Kuti, Abednego Tetteh, Isaac Mensah, Nuru Sulley, and others can step up to the plate once the ball is in motion.
The Ghana Premier League season is still under consideration for a fresh start following the cancellation of the 2019-20 season due to the massive impact of the deadly coronavirus outbreak, which plagued lives and brought the world to its knees.