Hearts Agree With Libyan Club Over Nuru

ACCRA Hearts of Oak have reached an agreement with Al-Ittihad to allow defender Nuru Suley join the Libyan giants.

The Ghana CHAN center-back has already undergone medicals in Tripoli and signed a two-year-contract in a deal reportedly worth $100,000.

Nuru-SulleyNuru is expected back in Accra early next week to pack bags and baggage and head back to his new club.

Ittihad have had the Ghana defender on their radar since he impressed for Ghana at the 2014 CHAN tournament.

The move dashes any further of hopes of an unnamed Romanian side who were hoping to sign him.

In another development, The Team Manager (TM) for Accra Hearts, Nii Saban Quaye of Oak has expressed that coaching the club is one of the easiest things provided the structures work well,reports Allsports.com.

He believes whoever takes over as the head of the technical team of the Phobians can achieve the desired results provided there is discipline, the board functions effectively as well as the management.

“Excuse my language, any idiot can coach Hearts of Oak, provided the system is working well with discipline in the team,” Saban Quaye told Metro fm

He added by saying that the head coach of Hearts of Oak, who is yet to be named officially, will join the club next week, but failed to confirm or deny the appointment of Herbert Addo as the head coach, which has been widely reported.

“If God says it is Herbert Addo, who should take over as coach of Hearts of Oak, so be it and if he says no, so be it.

“All the technical team members from Steve Bugri to me are experienced and if it is Herbert Addo who would be appointed as coach, he is also experienced.

“The head coach, although not named officially, has been working hand in hand with Steve Bugri, the assistant coach and is expected to join us next week,” said the Hearts Team Manager.

Saban Qauye who doubles as the Team Manager for the Black Stars, returned this season after staying 5 years away from the club he helped win the CAF Confederations Cup as TM.

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