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Hearts of Oak head coach, Frank Nuttall, has revealed the reasons behind his late arrival for the team’s preseason training. The Scottish on Wednesday had his first training session with the team ahead of the 2017/18 football season at the Ajax Park Legon, having arrived in Accra on Tuesday evening. According to Nuttall it took te Phobians long to rearrange the team’s preseason training scheduled after the date for the second leg of the Ghana@60 match was announced. He said: “There was never a fixed date for my arrival because when they season ended there was no 60th anniversary…

Ghana Premier League legend, Charles Taylor says the current leadership of Accra Hearts of Oak Asante Kotoko have made the club look like an ordinary Colts Football Club. The former Hearts of Oak deadly forward speaking on Kumasi based Abusua FM said until management of the club sits up and put good measures in place to make the club more attractive and as well make the playing body happy, the club’s highly cherished status will continue to decline tremendously . Taylor who had heydays during his playing days at both Hearts and Kotoko was speaking on the current tailspin the Accra based…

Ebusua Dwarfs first choice goalkeeper Michael Abu is in talks with Accra Hearts of oak for a move ahead of the 2017/2018 League season. SportsworldGhana.com can exclusively report that the Cape Coast based club  Goalkeepers trainer Joe Carr has invited Hassacas Goalie John K. Arthur to train with the club amid a possible move before the commencement of the 2017/2018 Ghana Premier League. The former Sekondi Hasaacas shot- stopper was in fantastic form last season for the Cape Coast club as he helped them finished on 4th position in the 2016/2017 Ghana Premier League. The Phobians have been in short…

Prophet Reindolph Oduro Gyebi, General Overseer of God’s Crown Chapel in Kumasi has called for prayers for Ghana Premier League giants Accra Hearts of Oak in order not for misfortune to befall them. Prophet Reindolf Oduro Gyebi, popularly known as Eagle Prophet, says the devil spiritually have arranged a fatal accident for the Accra based club, just like what happened to Kumasi Asante Kotoko months ago which claimed the life of their former equipment office Thomas Asare with other sustaining various degree of injuries. Speaking on Kumasi based Abusua FM pleaded on the leadership of the former CAF champions League…

Former Hearts of Oak Management member, Abdul Aziz Haruna Futah, has been summoned to face GFA Ethics Committee by Thursday. According to Starr Sports sources the vociferous Hearts fan is facing the Ethics Committee for making unsubstantiated allegations against some club officials for indulging in betting during the just ended Ghan league season. Haruna Futah fingered Operations Manager of the club, Joshua Acquah, as the lead to the syndicate which had pre-determined most of the club’s score lines in his allegations on various media platforms last month. This led to the arrest of Acquah for questioning by the Nima Police…

Accra Hearts of Oak skipper, Thomas Abbey is set to end his six-year stay at the Rainbow club by joining MLS side Minnesota after his contract expiration. According to inside sources within Hearts, the America side has advanced talks in signing the versatile player come next season. The Loons sent scouts to watch the talented star twice this season. Abbey had a fascinating season after netting 13 goals and assisted four which aided Hearts of Oak to finish 3rd on the league table. He was also an integral member of the Black Stars B squad which won the 2017 WAFU…

Accra Hearts of Oak captain Thomas Abbey says he’s indebted to Hearts fans for helping him to produce his best performance for the club. The hardworking midfielder returned from a career-threatening rib-cage injury to be the star man for Hearts in the 2016/17 league season. Abbey scored 14 goals in the league, finishing as the club’s top scorer in all competitions, but the skipper insists all that wouldn’t be possible if not for Hearts fans. “I remember this like yesterday when I got injured and was hospitalized at the Ridge Hospital. Hearts fans surrounded me all the time in that…

Accra Hearts of Oak Stalwart defender Vincent Atinga has said the Phobians cannot afford to lose on Sunday to bitterest rivals Asante Kotoko in the MTN FA Cup finals at the Tamale sports stadium. Hearts having failed to end their Nine years trophy drought in the Ghana Premier League this season will be hoping to beat the Porcupine warriors to enable them secure ticket to compete in next season’s CAF Confederations Cup. The Black Stars pillar believes his outfit has got a better team capable of beating the Ghana Premier League giants in any crucial battle and has therefore appealed to the…

Hearts of Oak coach Frank Nuttall says he is not under pressure to beat arch rivals Asante Kotoko ahead of the MTN FA Cup finals on Sunday. The Phobians will engage their sworn rivals the Porcupine warriors in the grand finale of the FA Cup at the Tamale Sports stadium. This will be the first time both teams will be meeting since they last met in 1990. Speaking at a press conference at the club’s secretariat ahead of the game, Coach Nuttall insists he is not under any sort of pressure to beat Kotoko. “I’m under no pressure, I said…

Accra Hearts of Oak beat Premier League champions Wa All Stars 2-1 to secure qualification the finals of the 2017 MTN FA Cup finals which will be played at the Tamale Sports Stadium. A goal each from Patrick Razak and Kwame Kizito was enough to power the Phobians to the finals for the first time in seventeen years. The record title winners last won their trophy in the competition when they defeated Okwahu United by two goals to nothing and the duo who played vital role in Ghana’s WAFU Cup title win over bitterest rivals Nigeria replicated their impressive send…

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