Accra Hearts of Oak has parted ways with its Managing Director Neil Armstrong Mortagbe sportscrusader.com can confirm.
The action which took place later this evening at the Club’s secretariat after long hours of negotiations between the Board and the Management of the Club, interdicted the Managing Director of several counts of unprofessionalism.
According to a Hearts source who broke this information to sportscrusader.com soon after the Board meeting, he said “Neil is no longer the Managing Director of Hearts of Oak as he has been interdicted on several counts of unprofessionalism an action that did not go down well with the Board especially its Chairman Togbe Afede XIV.”
“There were several things that were leveled against him but the main ones were his misuse of the MD’s office and opportunity that was given to him as the Managing Director. He used the Club’s letter head to secure visas for certain individuals an action the Board did not take lightly.”
“Also, he wasn’t able to come straight on several dealings he used the office of the MD to transact, one of which was the under declaration of the Phobia Legacy Campaign money from the GH¢50.000 to GH¢12.000.”
These and many more according to the source were the reasons Neil was sacked this evening after the Board met him and his Management.
He has been asked to hand over everything relating to the Club to the Administrative Manager Hackman Aidoo with immediate effect. He was sacked after only just ten months in-charge of the Phobian Club.
Meanwhile Hackman Aidoo will serve in the capacity of the Managing Director till such a time when a substantive Managing Director is announced by the Board.
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