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Sports News of Wednesday, 17 June 2020

Source: footballghana.com

Togbe Afede ‘cries’ over player exodus in Hearts of Oak

Accra Hearts of Oak Majority shareholder, Togbe Afede has expressed displeasure about how players exit from the club to ply their trade in other African countries.

The board chairman for the rainbow boys and a traditional ruler in an interview with GTV affirmed that it is his target to make Hearts great again but lamented on player exodus in the club.

He adds that, it is his aim to build the Accra based club to a level that can be competitive in Africa inter-club competitions.

The Accra based club has struggled to win major trophy since 2009 and the Board Chairman of the club is optimistic to turn things around for the rainbow boys.

“Personally I don’t like the idea of players leaving Hearts and going to Sudan, Guinea or Congo, why should it be? He quizzed.

“Taking about the things that we want to do for Hearts, I will tell you without really any attempt to exaggerate. The whole objective is to make Accra Hearts of Oak the preeminent club in Africa. We want to build a club that becomes a reference point across the continent in terms of what a modern club should look like”

“We want to compete with all the others and we want to really be the magnet that will attract players from across the continent. So we want to make Hearts the preeminent where we will win trophies at that level having an organization structures that are admired and having facilities that are celebrated” he concluded.

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