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Sports News of Tuesday, 10 December 2019

Source: Ghana Guardian

Hearts CEO allegedly calls fans rude, uncivilized

The Chief Executive Officer of Glorious Hearts of Oak, Frederick Moore, has allegedly labelled the leadership of the National Chapters Committee as uncultured, uncivilized and rude during a meeting held on Monday December 9, in Accra.

The Communication Officer for the National Chapters Committee(NCC), in an interview told Kumasi-based Fox Fm that, they channelled their grievances to the CEO in their meeting, but Mr. Moore was not receptive to the supporters, and also spoke to them rashly.

"When we went (to the meeting) to be honest with you our CEO was not receptive, how he spoke to us we didn't like it", Kobby Jones told Fox FM in an interview after the meeting.

The NCC seeks for some clarifications from the CEO before agreeing to patronize the upcoming President Cup match against Kotoko, but with the current development, they will no longer patronize the match.

" In the meeting he (Frederick Moore) thought we the supporters have an agenda against him so the kind of words he was using for us was bad. We didn't go for a fight, we were sent by the NCC to deliver a message, to discuss something with him but we realized he was not in for a discussion.

When asked what exactly the CEO said that the NCC finds offensive, Kobby Jones made a shocking revelations.

"If as supporters leaders have come to meet with you, no matter the situation the choice of words must be of decorum. He used some words like we are uncultured, we are uncivilized, we are rude", Kobby revealed.

The meeting however came to an end somehow abruptly, but the NCC leadership succeeded in delivering their message to the CEO, including a call for him to resign from his position as CEO of the club.

Kobby further confirmed that the NCC shall petition the Board of the club to take appropriate action on the conduct of Mr. Frederick Moore.

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