One of Nigeria’s oldest football club fans and stakeholders of Heartland FC are over the moon and have commended Imo State Governor Hope Uzodinma for bringing sanity to the club by ousting the club’s board days ago.
They are now further clamouring for the appointment of a new General Manager following the departure of Mr. Chukwudi Ifeanyi.
In a letter signed by their Chairman, Eze Nkemka, the umbrella of supporters pointed out that with the new soccer season set to begin in September, the government needs to act fast to enable the club start pre-season in good time.
The supporters also endorsed the appointment of Dan Chike Ogu as Sports Commissioner, declaring that his coming would see Heartland move to the next level.
They begged the Commissioner to take their plea directly to the Governor so both Owerri teams Heartland FC and Heartland Queens will be able to leave the gates in a timely manner.