The Owerri side has decided to lift the suspension on the two staff who were asked to step aside the home loss to Enyimba
The management board of Heartland FC has lifted the indefinite suspension slammed on two of its officials, Coach Ramson Madu and Head of Protocol, Tonex Chukwu following a controversial home loss to Enyimba Int’l of Aba last July.
A statement from the club on Tuesday said the duo were recalled following a review of the report of the Panel of Inquiry which sat over their case as well as other issues surrounding the lost match. "The decision which has been approved by the club Chairman, Fan Ndubuoke was based on the need for all hands to be on deck in the on-going effort to navigate the fortunes of Heartland FC upwards and to a comfortable position on the league table by the end of the season," the statement read.
According to the statement, both are to report back to duty immediately but with a warning to desist from acts that tend to bring discord and rancor among the various segments of the Heartland FC family. The two were strongly advised to work in harmony between themselves and with one another in the club for the overall interest of Heartland FC.
Last Sunday, the Panel of Inquiry which looked into the case involving the two officials and the lost match, submitted its report to the government through the chairman of Heartland FC immediately after the week 26 league game against Dolphins of Port Harcourt, which the home side won by 1-0.The statement further stated that the other members of the technical crew, who were suspended indefinitely, after another home loss in the hands of Kwara Utd of Ilorin, are to continue serving their suspension till further notice.