By Ameenu Shardow
Hearts of Oak director Dr. Nyaho Tamakloe says getting a new substantive Chief Executive for the club is not the board’s priority.
The Ghana Premier League giants are without a substantive CEO following the decision of Fred Crentsil not staying on after his two-year mandate expired last month.
There have been a lot of speculations about possible candidates to fill the void with Frank Nelson the most mentioned.
However, Tamakloe, who once led the Phobians is adamant the board is in no haste to get a permanent successor to the CEO post with Board Chairman Togbe Afede XIV taking interim charge.
“That is incorrect, getting a CEO for Hearts of Oak is not our immediate concern,” he told Accra-based Asempa FM.
“We have the chairman of the board who has taken over the management of the club at the moment and he will be assisted.
“What we want to do rather is to make sure we find our feet firmly on the ground as far as the league is concerned.
“And that is our main concern but getting a CEO is not the biggest problem facing us at the moment.”
Hearts have blown hot and cold at the start of the new Premier League season haven drawn, won and lost in the three games played so far.
They next host All Stars at the Accra Sports Stadium on Wednesday.