Hearts have in recent times come under pressure from the general public over a social media post by their head coach Kenichi Yatshuhashi.
In a release from management and signed by the Communications Manager, Mr. Kwame Opare Addo, it said the club is assuring its supporters and the general public as well as well wishers, that the club will not address the issue raised by Yatsuhashi in public.
“The club would want to continue to remain professional and address these issues internally and can assure its supporters once again, that it is committed to honouring all obligations to its employees and strive to be the best employer in the sporting industry.”
The management is thereby assuring all that, it would not be distracted in its effort to “properly” position the brand and would continue to always act in the best interest of the club.
Hearst of Oak will host WAFA in week eight mid-week encounter at the Accra Sports Stadium on 20th April, 2016 as they seek to revive the team after being kicked out of the MTN FC Cup round of 32.
By Emmanuel Asante Attakora