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Sellas Tetteh rejects Hearts of Oak job

Published on: 15 March 2012

Former Rwanda coach Sellas Tetteh has turned down offers to coach Ghana Premier League side Hearts of Oak.  

The club's board held a meeting with 2009 FIFA Under-20 World Cup winning coach on Tuesday but he rejected a move to the capital-based side.

Tetteh wants to remain with follow Premier League campaigners Liberty Professionals where he acts as technical director.

Hearts are assessing the possibility of sacking Serbian trainer Nebojsa Vucicevic who has struggled to spearhead their league title campaign.

It has been reported that Hearts will pay 42,000 Euros if they fire the 50-year-old.


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