Saturday Mar 16, 2019. 09:16
Hearts of Oak’s new Chief Executive Officer, Frederick Moore, has promised to bring the glory days back to the Ghanaian giants.
Moore was announced the Phobians’ new boss following the departure of Mark Noonan, who left the club due to family reasons.
The Accra-based club is a fallen giant in Ghana, with the last of their 20 league titles arriving back in 2009.
Moore is hopeful of restoring the club to their place at the top of the Ghanaian game, and in the continent.
"The news came as no surprise because I have been a Phobian since day one," Moore said on Sikka FM, as quoted by Football Ghana.
"I know we are not where we used to be but I am convinced things will change.
"I know Ghana football and understand where we need to be and the direction we need to go.
"There are measures and I have done it in a lot of organisations.
"I am passionate about football and with my presence at Hearts, I believe we can do better.
"I am assuring commitment in raising the Oak tree again."
Moore added, "What I can assure supporters is, a Phobian is back and we are heading towards the top, not only in Ghana, but at international levels.
"Mark Noonan is not totally out as he will be involved in other aspects," he concluded.