Executive Chairman of Hearts of Oak, Togbe Afede XIV has faith in the current board and management of the club and believes they have the capacity to help the club succeed in future.
The Phobians were dumped out of CAF Confederation Cup qualifiers despite beating AS Real Bamako 1-0 at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday.
Hearts needed to overturn a three goal deficit from the first leg in Mali but struggled to find the back of the net, until the 89th when Caleb Amankwah scored the game’s only goal.
“We believe that as a Board and management, we have what it takes to move this great club forward. Remember, this is still this team that won the treble in 2022-2021,” Togbe Afede XIV said at a press conference.
“Until we find someone we see qualified to lead this great club, I will continue to act as the Executive Chairman of Accra Hearts of Oak, supported by the Board and, of course, management.”
Hearts of Oak were Ghana’s sole representative in Africa following Asante Kotoko’s early exit from the CAF Champions League.