first_imgGhana Premier League side, Accra Hearts of Oak are said to have paid  players  their 2-months outstanding salaries ahead of their mid week action with Ash gold at the Accra Sports stadiumPlayers of the team were owed two months salaries but close sources within the club has confirmed that the club paid all the outstanding salaries on Tuesday ahead of Wednesday’s game against the Miners from ObuasiReports are that the back lock money was cleared to serve as an additional motivation for the players to go all out to win the midweek game. This means that the Phobians don’t owe any player and management will wish that they will hence forth go all out to record convincing results in the nine remaining league matches.Hearts are positioned second on the league table with 35 points with just nine matches to finish the league.last_img

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