Herbert Addo won’t be sacked if he fails to win the Premier League title with Hearts of Oak in his first year in charge, GHANAsoccernet.com can reveal.
The experienced trainer has signed a two-year deal with the capital-based side tasked with transforming their dwindling fortunes.
Hearts have gone trophyless since 2009 and are determined to return to the top of Ghana football.
Hearts have tasked the former Inter Allies coach to win back the Premier League title but GHANAsoccernet.com can reveal that the veteran trainer won’t be shown the exit even if he fails to win the title.
Hearts have been forced to pay a compensation of GH¢86,500 for the wrongful dismissal of David Duncan and want to guard against the repeat of a similar scenario.