Former Gor Mahia coach, Frank Nuttal has been suspended by Ghanaian club, Hearts of Oak Sports Club.
Nuttal walked out of Gor Mahia in 2016 after he refused to take a pay cut to join Egyptian side, Zamalek as an assistant manager, where he served for exactly 54 days before he was shown the door.
The embattled Scott who moved to Ghana in 2017, was suspended by the Ghanaian giants for ‘unsporting and unethical behavior’ last Monday.
“The Board of Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club Limited has, with immediate effect, suspended the club’s head coach, Frank Nuttal for unsporting and unethical behavior which contradicted the club’s code of conduct.
“The decision was arrived at in an emergency board meeting held on Monday at which Coach Nuttal admitted to these behaviors that the Board considered detrimental to the club," Hearts of Oak said in a press release obtained by Goal.
Coach Henry Wellington will take over on a temporary basis until further notice.
A three-man committee has been constituted to investigate the matter with a full report expected to be tabled before the club’s board by Friday.