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Former Hearts of Oak CEO Frederick Moore advises club to improve player recruitment strategy

Former Hearts of Oak CEO, Frederick Moore has urged the club’s top heriarchy to modify their coaching and player recruitment strategy.

Moore’s concerns comes after Hearts of Oak’s recent 2-0 defeat to archrivals Asante Kotoko in match-week 31 of the Ghana Premier League.

Speaking to Akoma FM, the management expert emphasized that the club needs to scrutinize its three main components: coaching, the playing body, and infrastructure.

“Every team consists of three components: coaching, the playing body, and infrastructure. Since Hearts of Oak is succeeding in its infrastructure, the other two should be examined, specifically coaching and player recruitment.”

“Making slight adjustments to the coach may not necessarily yield the desired results. It is important to note that acquiring talented players from nearby clubs may not always be the best option because they might not be suited for a team like Accra Hearts of Oak.

Moore went further to highlight the club’s to decision to sign players while a coach had not been appointed at the start of the 2023/24 season.

“If finding players before hiring a coach has proven problematic for us over the years, we should examine this approach. If it hasn’t worked in the past few years, then we need to do something different.”

With three games to climax the top-flight, the Phobians face a daunting task to turn their season around, with crucial games against Nations FC, Great Olympics, and Bechem United.

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