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Hearts of Oak PRO Reveals Club Will Lift Lid On Issues Surrounding Nuttal and Razak On Monday

Public Relations Officer of Hearts of Oak Kwame Opare Addo has told their supporters to expect an official statement from the board in regards to issues surrounding coach Frank Nuttal and Patrick Razak on Monday.

Multiple reports in the media suggest that the Phobians have axed Frank Nuttal from his position as the head coach of the club after he was said to have acted against their code of conduct.

Another reports indicate that, Patrick Razak, who has been a key cog for the side since joining from FC Utrecht two seasons ago, is set to move to Guinean outfit A. C. Horoya.

But the club are reluctant to negotiate the sale of the player, which has culminated in divergent opinions at their board level.

Speaking to Oyerepa FM, the club’s scribe disclosed that they will open up the lid on the recent happenings in the club.

“Hearts Board will issue a statement on Monday on the future of Frank Nutal and whether Patrick Razak will be given the green light on the Horoya FC deal or not but we have not spoken to Tony Lokko yet,” he told Oyerepa FM.

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