Public Relations Officer of Hearts of Oak Kwame Opare Addo has declared that his outfit is yet to settle on a home venue for the upcoming 2017/18 Ghana Premier League season.
The Phobians have been forced to look for a new home venue for the forthcoming Ghana Premier League after the closure of the Accra Sports Stadium was shut down for renovation works ahead of the Africa Women’s Nations Cup.
Reports in the media indicate that the Accra giants had settled on the Tema Stadium for the campaigm, however during an interview with Citi FM, the club’s scribe Opare Addo confirmed they are yet to take a decision on where to honour their home games when the league starts.
“At the last board meeting, the board made it clear that we should inspect the Tema stadium, the Cape Coast pitch and Swedru Park as well. These are places we will assess before we reach a final decision,” he told Citi FM.
“We know the Tema Stadium and Cape Coast very well, and we will play a friendly with Swedru All-Stars this weekend, and use the opportunity to assess the Swedru Park, then after that, we will make our decision.
“The decision should be made by next week.”
Hearts have not won the league since 2009 and will be hoping to end that drought next season.
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