Head Coach of Accra Hearts of Oak, Frank Elliot Nuttall has expressed concern over the exodus of key players from the club.
Hearts of Oak has had most of their best performing players expressing their desire to exit the club after attracting offers from clubs abroad.
But the Scottish trainer believes the exodus of the players is a form of good omen.
“We are a victim and a sign of success having our players attract various offers after the season. It is positive they are recognized by others and I also respect the players who are also trying to do what is best for them and their family”, Nuttall said on Ultimate Sports on Asempa FM on Thursday.
The Premier League Club Manager further explained that losing players like Kwame Kizito and Vincent Atinga is a sign of improvement but the club can only wish them well.
The Scottish trainer led the Phobians to the finals of the 2017 MTN FA CUP only to lose to sworn rivals Kumasi Asante Kotoko and also placed third after the league season in his first year at the club.