Hearts of Oak have asked their head coach Frank Elliott Nuttall to step aside until further notice ahead of the new Ghana Premier League season, AshesGyamera can confirm.
The Scottish, according to the club, has been going against several laid down rules guiding the club’s activities in recent times despite initial query.
Although, Hearts top hierarchy failed to pinpoint his main indiscipline act, our sources have revealed that his dictions towards the club’s management and relationship with other technical team members and players, as well as flouting the number of days given to him for holidays in his native country in the past resulted into the decision taken by the club’s top hierarchy.
— Accra Hearts of Oak (@HeartsOfOakGH) February 12, 2018
Nuttall who joined the Phobians last season to replace interim coach Yaw Preko, after Hearts parted ways with Kenichi Yastuhashi, failed to land the Rainbow Club the Ghana Premier League as they finished third behind Aduana Stars and Wafa as well losing the Ghana FA Cup final 3-1 to bitter rivals Asante Kotoko in Tamale.
However, he became the first coach to send the Phobians to the FA Cup final in 17 years after Jones Attuquayefio.