Ghanaian Premier League side Hearts of Oak has suspended head coach Frank Nuttall indefinitely for unsporting and unethical behavior which contradicts the club’s code of conduct.
The decision to suspend the former Gor Mahia boss came after an emergency meeting held on Monday February 12. According to a statement by the club, Nuttall a Kenyan Premier League winner in 2014 and 2015 admitted to have been involved detrimental activities that he had been accused of.
Exit of players
Ghanaian media reports indicate that the coach was involved in the exit of several players at the club.
“The Board of Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club limited has, with immediate effect, suspended the club’s head coach Frank Elliot Nutall for unsporting and unethical behavior which contradicted the club’s code of conduct,” read part of the statement.
“The decision was arrived at an emergency board meeting held on Monday February 12, 2018, at which coach Nuttall admitted to these behaviors that the board considers detrimental to the interests of the club,” the statement added.
Coach Henry Lamptey Wellington has been tasked with leading the club in training activities until the board communicates the way forward.