By Kwabena ‘Onike’ Boateng
Accra Hearts of Oak’s Managing Director, Neil Armstrong Mortagbe has decried the insufficient infrastructure the club can boast of.
Mr. Mortagbe was responding to questions on GTV’s mid-morning programme, Stage Africa on Friday. ’Yes I agree, but we have a 19 acres land at Pobiman. We have a fundraising planned out to raise funds help develop the palce into ultra-modern facilities for both our first and second teams. We want a secretariat that is of a high quality and these are all that I mean when I say that we are restoring the Phobian glory’ he said when he was asked about the achievements off the field after 102 years.
Mr Armstrong Mortagbe said the Hearts family decided to celebrate their 102nd anniversary with sober reflections and look forward to a greater future while they remembered their fallen doyens including former patron, Mr Harry Sawyerr and staunch supporter Kwaku Edusei aka Kanawu.
Hearts of Oak is the oldest exisiting football club in Ghana and was formed on November,11 in 1911.