Former Hearts of Oak midfielder Charles Allotey has revealed that the club is still owing the victorious squad that won the 2000 CAF Champions League $25,000.
The Phobians conquered Africa to clinch their maiden CAF Champions League title in 2000 following a 5-2 aggregate victory against Tunisian giants Esperance in the final.
Allotey, who was a member of the ‘64 battalion’ that won the CAF Champions League and Super Cup in the year 2000, said the Rainbow club owes each player $25000.
”Hearts players who won the Champions League and Super Cup are bitter about the club because they owe each player $25000 which till date they are yet to pay, they are yet to honour that agreement,” Allotey told Oyerepa 100.7FM.
Allotey is now coach of Cape-Coast based Division Three side Shalom FC.