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Hearts of Oak Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Frederick Moore claims he wants to leave a legacy at the club when his tenure comes to an end.
The Accounting Expert was appointed the club's CEO following the departure of Mr Mark Noonan last year and has been tasked to restore Hearts of Oak’s glory days.
As part of ways to achieve great success at the club, he outlined three things to help restore the Pbobians past glories which include winning trophies and making fans happy.
"Everything I do is about the club, every organisation I work in, there’re three things I am determined to do. The first thing is to make progress. Wherever the organisation is, I want progress to happen…that is very important," he told Twifuman Sports.
"We are a football club, our core business is football, so if we don’t win trophies I haven’t done anything…I know people talk about sponsorship, they talk about training they talk about a lot of things…but if we don’t win trophies I haven’t done anything.
"The third thing is make the supporters happy, get to a position where supporters are coming to a game and like before they won't ask whether Hearts won or not but how many goals hearts scored."
He concluded, "Football is a team work, not an individual game, so each part of the group of the football club and if we do that success will come easy."
Hearts of Oak have not won the Ghana Premier League title since 2009.
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