The supporters leadership of capital-based giants Hearts of Oak National Chapters Committee (NCC) have condemned an allegation levelled at the club by staunch Asante Kotoko fan Nii Darko.
Conspiracy theorists have propounded that the Ghana Football Association is aiding Hearts of Oak to break their eleven-year wait to annex the premier league title with biased officiating going in favour of the Phobians.
The theorists argue Kurt Okraku – a former official of Hearts of Oak- who is the current president of the Ghana Football Association is using his influence and office to help Hearts of Oak considering the consistency in what they believe is dubious refeering since the start of the second round of the ongoing campaign.
Fronting this claims is Nii Darko, a known dyed-in-the-wool Fabulous faithful, who has raised some wild allegations against the Phobians.
As expected, a strong reaction from the supporters leadership of Hearts of Oak have released a press statement to condemn the act by Nii Darko describing it as ‘frivolously concocted’ allegations to tarnish the hard work of the Rainbow Club.
Below is a copy of the press release by the National Chapters Committee signed by chairman Elvis Hesse Herman:
The Phobians, who are two points behind Asante Kotoko, will play against Techiman Eleven Wonders at the Ohene Ameyaw park on Friday as they seek to usurp their sworn rivals on the league log.