Hearts of Oak supporters to boycott President Cup over CEO’s unsavory comments

The National Chapters Committee(NCC) of Hearts of Oak have decided to boycott the upcoming President Cup match against arch rivals Asante Kotoko in protest of recent happenings at the club.

This latest development comes after the supporters group accused club CEO Frederick Moore of using unsavory language during a meeting on Monday.

Spokesperson of the NCC, Kobby Jones in an interview with Kumasi-based Fox Fm revealed that Frederick Moore went as far as calling them ‘uncultured, uncivilized and rude’.

“If as supporters leaders have come to meet with you, no matter the situation the choice of words must be of decorum. He used some words like we are uncultured, we are uncivilized, we are rude” he narrated.

It is in light of this that the supporters have decided not to attend the match against the Porcupine Warriors which has been scheduled for the Accra Sports Stadium on December 15.

The NCC have officially petitioned the board to take the appropriate action against Frederick Moore and called for his immediate resignation.

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