The Phobians have officially parted ways with their manager after only three days in the new season
Hearts of Oak have parted ways with coach Kim Grant after only one game in the Ghana Premier League.
The former Ghana international saw his side losing their first league game at home last Sunday against Berekum Chelsea, a situation which pushed the club’s board of directors to terminate his contract.
Grant has become the twenth coach to be sacked by the Phobians in the last decade.
Grant wrote: “Dear Phobians, I have now left my post as director of football and head coach of Accra hearts of Oak and would like to thank you unconditionally for the amazing support throughout this last year.”
“I only wish I was given time to bring success to this great club, which i know and believe i would have achieve the success you the supporters deserve.”
He added: “I wish all involved in the club future success and as one door closes another door opens.
A happy and healthy new year to all.
Phooooooooobia, Never Say Die until the bones are rotten!!!!!!!”