Hearts of Oak, record holders of the Ghanaian FA Cup, have rubbished reports board member cum politician Honorable Vincent Sowah Odotei is in line to replace Frederick Moore as club Chief Executive Officer.
According to reports in the local media, board chairman of the club Togbe Afede XIV has picked Vincent Sowah Odotei, who is the outgoing Member of Parliament of La Dadekotopon for the Hearts of Oak top position.
The incumbent Chief Executive Officer, Frederick Moore is reportedly leaving his post after joining the Phobians in 2019.
The reports indicate that a new CEO will be appointed very soon after the club officially confirmed the hiring of Serbian Kosta Papic as head coach yesterday December 2 2020.
Names such as GFA Executive Council member Frederick Acheampong and Vision FC chairman Michael Osekre have popped up as favorites to land the job.
Below is a press release by the Phobians on the fast growing reports on Vincent Sowah Odotei’s candidature for the CEO role: