Former Hearts of Oak, team manager, W.O Tandoh has descended on the board and management of the club, claiming the club owes him six months' unpaid salary.
Tandoh left the club after playing a role in Hearts of Oak's FA Cup win against Bechem United last season.
Speaking to Happy FM in an interview, the Aduana Stars assistant coach said., “Hearts of Oak owes me 6 months' salary and they must pay. And, they also have to pay Samuel Boadu," he said.
Before leaving his role as Hearts of Oak team manager last season he had a falling out with board member Alhaji Akambi.
While he appears to still have something against the board member, W.O Tandoh says he expects Hearts of Oak’s new technical director Erik van der Meer to lose the first five matches he will take charge of.
“The new Coach (Erik van der Meer) will lose the next 5 league games. Once that happens, he must also be fired,” the tactician and physical trainer said.
Hearts of Oak will take on Bibiani Gold Stars in the matchday four games of the 2022/23 Ghana Premier League.