Fred Crentsil fingered as Hearts of Oak’s board unhappy with the signing of injured Gilbert Fiamenyo

The striker was signed from Heart of Lions in the off season and the Phobians have to spend on his surgery although he is yet to kick a ball in their shirt
Accra Hearts of Oak board members including the chairman Togbe Afede XIV are not happy with the signing of former Kpando Heart of Lions striker Gilbert Fiamenyo, Ghana understands.

The burly forward has been on the sidelines and is yet to kick a ball in the jersey of the Phobians due to injury which Hearts of Oak now have to cough up thousands of cedis for him to undergo surgery.

“Fred Crentsil [former CEO] did a very big mistake in signing Gilbert Fiamenyo who was injured. Were there not fully fit players around?” a board member of the Phobians inquired when he spoke to Ghana.

“We paid GhC 50,000 to Heart of Lions for his services and another ridiculous GhC 30,000 to the player as enticement fee and now we have to find another money for his surgery, Crentsil did not help us at all.”

The Fiamenyo episode and a host of others have limited the interest of the board chaired by Togbe Afede who might be tempted to put the club on sale.