The Scottish trainer will be out be out of the Country for the next seven days, communications director of the club Kwame Opare Addo has confirmed to Sportsworldghana.com.
According to him, it has become necessary for Frank Nuttull to embark on a seven- day holiday visit to his native country Scotland following the postponement of the Ghana Premier League week 14 fixtures.
This means that the Scottish tactician will not be on the touchline when Hearts face bitterest rivals Asante Kotoko on Monday May 1 for Ghana’s 60th anniversary match.
Assistant coach Henry Willington will act as the head coach in his absence.
”Yes Frank Nuttull will not be in the country for seven days because of the premier League week 14 matches which have been postponed”. said Opare Addo.
He added ”He leaves the country to see his family and return on Thursday for our next match against WAFA.”
Nuttull is however expected to arrive in Ghana on Thursday May 4 to prepare the team for their premier league match against WAFA on Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium.