Competent football administrator, George Ofosu-hene, has conveyed his setback with the procedure of Hearts of Oak in their journey to maintain the services of defender Konadu Yiadom from the West Africa Football Academy (WAFA).
The Phobians, in the past few weeks, have strived for the signature of the WAFA commander but all their attempts have substantiated unsuccessful.
And speaking on the transfer in an interview, Ofosu-hene, who is the operations administrator of the Sogakope based club stated that he was devastated at the format, a well-respected club like Hearts of Oak, deployed in their transfer dealings.
“I am just alarmed at Hearts Of Oak with all due respect. Football has accumulated, clubs buy from clubs not agents of players, how do you deal with a player’s agent when the player belongs to a club?,” Ofosu-hene was cited to have said.
The long-serving WAFA operations administrator, however, praised Hearts of Oak’s rivals Asante Kotoko, announcing that the Porcupines wrote to them to enquire about the player.
“Asante Kotoko did the right thing by composing officially to WAFA for the services of Yiadom but Hearts did not, all we learned was that they were dealing with the player’s agent, but how?.
“The player remains WAFA’s property and we will sell him at the appropriate time,” Ofosu-hene concluded
Meanwhile, Konadu Yiadom is still with WAFA as they prepare for their Ghana Premier League match week 16 visit to the Ohene Ameyaw Park in Techiman to face Eleven Wonders this weekend.