The Accra Hearts of Oak player Mamani Lawali’s agent Joel Atolagbe is blaming the team for neglecting his player after he sustained injury.
Accra Hearts of Oak owes my client $10,000 and also the player has been injured for 9 weeks.
The player doesn’t have insurance and the club has failed to pay 2,400gh as his hospital bills,” Joel Atolagbe told OTEC FM
Accra Hearts of Oak is due to commence the construction of a new office complex that would that would befit the status of the club.
As a result, the board is considering pulling down the old structure to pave way for the redevelopment of the secretariat, according to board chairman, Togbe Afede XIV.
Before the project commences, management of the club are hoping to complete the Pobiman project on time to move the current staff there for work to commence.
Togbe Afede said the direction the current board wants to move the club required that they have a befitting edifice that would not only bring in revenue but also enhance the image of the club.
“The development of Pobiman is an integral part of our strategy to build infrastructure that will support our vision. And we’d expected Pobiman to be completed before the end of last year but for COVID-19 disruptions.
“We’d thought from the very onset that once Pobiman was built we’ll not need all the staff we have now at the secretariat because most of the club activities will be centered at Pobiman. That is why we had thought that once the structures are completed secretariat staff would move to Pobiman.
“Any rich man that cannot pay 2,400gh as a player’s hospital bills is not a rich man but artificial. Anybody can borrow money from the bank to build an academy and that doesn’t show that you have money.
It is useless to build a multi-million-dollar academy without paying attention to your player” Joel Atolagbe added.