Aigbogun turn down Heart of Oaks

By TUNDE SHAMSUDEEN
Former Enyimba International Football Club coach, Paul Aigbogun, has has declined an offer to join Ghana Premier League side, Accra Heart of Oaks, coaching crew, reports Sportstalkafrica.com.

The former Warri Wolves gaffer reversed his decision on joining Oaks having earlier accepted the offer of the influential Ghanaian club.

Aigbogun who was expected to arrive Accra from London on Monday night to be unveiled to Oaks fans on Tuesday has communicated his disinterestedness in the coaching job.

A statement from the management of the GPL side signed by the team’s media officer, Opare Addo reads: “From Hearts of Oak on the arrival of Paul Aigbogun today: Hi fellow cherished phobians and soccer fans, Hearts of Oak wishes to sincerely apologize to its teeming fans that the coach who was expected to arrive in Accra-Ghana tonight to take up the coaching role at the club has failed to honour his word and would not come as anticipated.

“The club management is looking at other available but suitable options. Once again we sincerely apologize and thank you all for your patience and support.”


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