Hearts of Oak have been worse off after shares flotation - TT Brothers
Former Hearts of Oak board member and current bankroller of Uncle T United, Mr. Isaac Tetteh of TT Brothers Company Ltd has said Hearts of Oak still owes him.
The Hearts of Oak story has been a largely pathetic one after the club floated shares some nine or so years ago.
Isaac Tetteh publicly indicated that the flotation of shares which came off in 2011 hasn't helped the club or brought any blessings to the Glorious Accra Hearts of Oak.
Speaking to Edward King Akuffu on Atinka Fm's weekend sports this Saturday, 6 June 2020 he claimed that, "If I say that the flotation has brought any blessing to Hearts of Oak then is a lie because the main reason why we had that flotation was about the development of the club within five years for everyone to see that it has brought something important to the club, but for so many years now we all can see that it has not caused any good effect to the club.
"As at today, all the monies we borrowed from Bank for that flotation haven't been paid back to me whilst it is increasing at the bank.
"I think, that flotation haven't brought anything good to the club as at today." He ended.