President of Vision FC, Michael Osekre has revealed that although he is flattered by the various links in the media to the vacant Chief Executive Officer role at Premier League giants Accra Hearts of Oak. He is however not interested in dropping down from his role as the President and Owner of the Division One League side.
The highly-rated talent spotter revealed this to GHANAsoccernet.com saying “How can an owner of a club become the CEO of another club? It’s always exciting to be linked with a big club like Hearts of Oak, but there is no iota of truth in the reports, I have absolute respect for the club and its majority shareholder, directors and fans, but I have no interest in that role.”
“As we speak I am too preoccupied with many things and won’t be possible to take up that role. We are focused on improving my Vision FC and work for the betterment of Ghana football in general. So kindly disregard the reports. I wish Hearts of Oak the very best and the same applies to all clubs competing in the Premier League.” He further stated
Multiple reports had claimed the highly-respected club owner was in line to replace former Chief Executive Frederick Moore with further reports claiming that Mr Osekre had already been contacted and agreed to join the Phobians as the club hunt for competent personnel to run the affairs of the capital giants.
But the business titan noted for developing several players for the European market including Al Fahya and Black Stars winger Samuel Owusu, Norway-based Michael Baidoo and even Hearts of Oak’s Nurudeen Abdulai has denied the media reports.