Capital-based heavyweights Hearts of Oak are reported to have pencilled GFA Executive Council member Frederick Acheampong and Vision FC chairman Michael Osekre among a host of others for the impending vacant Chief Executive Officer role.
According to multiple reports on the domestic scene, Managing Director of Hearts of Oak, Frederick Moore has resigned from his position.
Despite the rife reports the record holders of the Ghanaian FA Cup are yet to confirm the growing reports.
According to online portal Sportsworldghana.com, erstwhile Ashgold Chief Executive Officer Frederick Acheampong together with GFA president’s right-hand man Michael Osekre have been shortlisted as replacement for Frederick Moore.
Additionally, two other unnamed persons are being considered by the board of the Phobians for the Chief Executive officer job as the club seeks for a new direction infiltrated with exuberance.
Meanwhile, the club is reported to have demoted current head coach Edward Nii Odoom to the youth side while replacing him with Serbian trainer Kosta Papic, who will be assisted by Joseph Asare Bediako formerly of Berekum Chelsea.
The club is expected to react to the growing reports by either confirming or denying the reports.