Communications Manager of Hearts of Oak, Kwame Opare Addo, has told Happy FM in Accra that the club has tasked the technical team to re-strategize by drawing a new plan for the team now that the league is on hold.
Opare Addo says the club will accept nothing of an excuse should the team do not perform well when competitive football resumes.
“We don’t know when we will be asked to get back to competitive action in the FA Cup or the League so the technical team will have to strategize well and continue training for some period.
“If then there’s no signs of any football anytime soon, then you draw your plan B whiles making sure that anytime teams are asked to get back to competition there wouldn’t be any excuses.” Opare Addo said.
Accra Hearts of Oak have parted ways with Henry Lamptey Wellington as the coach of the club and have appointed Seth Hoffman to steer the affairs of the club until a permanent coach is appointed.