Chief Executive Officer of Hearts of Oak Frederick Moore has rated himself low after a year in office.
Frederick Moore who was named as the Phobians CEO on March 14 last year replacingÂ Mark Noonan has admittedÂ he has not lived to expectations after a year in office but is adamant the club will come good.
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The Rainbow Boys are yet to win any major silverware since 2009 and the CEO says his inability to guide his charges to break that jinx makes him a failure.
"I will mark myself 3/10 because we have not win trophies under my reign. If we win, I will move from three to nine. We havenâ€™t won anything, we played the NC competition and we didnâ€™t winâ€
â€œOur core business is football, weâ€™ve got some sponsors, strategic partners and others but the most important thing that we have to achieve is to win on the football pitchâ€ He said.
â€œI have been in the job a year and few days, we havenâ€™t won any trophy so I havenâ€™t done well. When we win, not just win for one year but when we are consistently winning thatâ€™s when I will say I have done wellâ€
â€œI donâ€™t take mediocrity, I believe in the power of the name phobia, I have believe in the power of our supporters, I believe in the technical team, the players and the team I work with that weâ€™ve got the capacity and capability to win especially when weâ€™ve got a chairman who is very successful in business, we have to bring that success to Accra Hearts of Oakâ€
Hearts of Oak has had a turpsy turvy season as they lie 9th on the Ghana Premier League table with 21 points after 14 matches.
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