The 'Continental Club Masters' have opened application for the vacant Managing Director position of the club
The MP for Dade Kotopon resigned as the MD for Hearts of Oak, after he was appointed as deputy Minister of Communication.
The position has been vacant for weeks, following Odotei's resignation, hence the Phobians have opened application for prospective candidates to apply.
A statement on the club's website read: ''Hearts has a proud history dating back to 1911, and a strong reputation within the African football community.
''The club is one of 16 teams participating in the Ghana Premier League.
''To continue its great tradition, Hearts is seeking a passionate business leader, with a strong marketing and business development orientation, who can manage the club through the next phase of its growth.
''This is an outstanding opportunity to lead Ghana’s oldest football club as it embarks on this new chapter to achieve higher levels of success commercially, financially and on the field.''