Hearts of Oak supporters chairman Herman Hesse has revealed that he wasn’t in support of the appointment of new head coach Kosta Papic.
The 60-year-old Serbian trainer replaces Edward Odoom, who has been in charge since December 2019.
He will be assisted by former Berekum Chelsea coach Asare Bediako.
Papic returns to the club after leading them to the 2009 Ghana Premier League title.
“As I speak, I know that Odoom is still our coach because nobody has Communicated anything to me about the appointment of a new coach. I saw Kosta Papic at Accra Sports Stadium as a common supporter and nobody communicated anything to me and the supporters leader and I’m not going to lie about it,” Herman Hesse told Atinka FM.
“Sometimes we also have to look at managerial and look board, we should also look at decision we take and not only changing of coaches, I’m speaking without fear or favor.
“Even if I’m part in any meeting to bring a new coach I will still say it without fear or favor that we should go for a new coach, we should also look at ourselves(Board), we should also look at the things we do wrong and not to blame coaches and blame administrators for everything no, we should also look at ourselves is very important,” he added.