13 Feb, 09:51
Former outstanding Gor Mahia coach Frank Nuttall has been suspended by his Ghanaian club Hearts of Oak with immediate effect.
Though the club , in a statement, say the Scott has been suspended because of unethical behaviour, some reports in Ghana allege the tactician was involved in illegal exit of some players from the club.
Oaks further say that a three member investigative team has been set up to investigate 'the unsporting and unethical behaviour of the Scott that contradicts the code of conduct of the club.' The report is expected to be presented in matter of four days.
In the meantime, Henry Wellington will take charge of the team before the league starts.
Dr. Nyaho Nyaho Tamaklo, who leads the investigation team had questioned Nuttall's commitment to the team last year and wanted him fired before the pre-season training resumes.
Long Standing Feud
"His relationship with the technical team is not good at all; he does not listen to suggestions and he is the type who, when he says something, it should be final," Tamaklo said in an interview last year.
Nuttall and Corporate Affairs Manager of club, Kwaku Sakyi Quashie developed cold relationship especially during the off season tournament sponsored by GHALCA — GHALCA G8 following their defeat by Medeama SC at the Cape Coast stadium.