Managing Director of capital based club Hearts of Oak, Frederick Moore has embarked on a two-month leave fuelling rumours of his exit at the club.
Frederick Moore, the former CEO of the Ghana Institute of Chartered Accountants, replaced American football administrator Mark Noonan in the Phobian hot seat.
Moore, whose soft-spoken and unassuming nature cannot be mistaken for his weakness, ensured the 19-time Ghana Premier League champions sealed a deal with Adonko Next Level, StarLife Assurance, the continuation of the Pobiman project with the Phobians on the cusp of sealing a major sponsorship deal with Africa World Airlines.
Despite his above-mentioned achievements the fans of the club have not forgiven him for the exit of Joseph Esso with many calling for his head.
After his sick leave ended on November 25 2020 which he is expected to resume work on Monday 30th November, Mr Frederick Moore is seeking for two months leave, according to the latest intelligence gathered by Kumasi-based media outlet Oyerepa FM.
In his contract with the Phobians, he is entitled to a two-month annual leave and this has been granted by his employers which starts on December 1.
This would fuel reports of his exit from the oldest exisiting football team in the country.
Does this mean the former CEO of the Ghana Institute of Chartered Accountants might not return to post after the 2 months leave?