Believe in our policies – Hearts of Oak appeal to fans – Citi Sports Online

Believe in our policies – Hearts of Oak appeal to fans – Citi Sports Online


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Communication Director for Accra Hearts of Oak, Kwame Opare Addo has appealed to fans to remain confident in the board as they put measures in place to improve the club.
"I want to appeal to Hearts of Oak fans, not many gave us the chance to stand firm like we are currently doing because of the absence of Papic and two others." He said in an exclusive interview with CitiSports.
"We are calling on the fans to stand firm and believe in the polices of the board, because the direction in which the board Chairman is leading this team in is the best that we can find."


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