Former Ceo of Hearts of Oak, Harry Zakour says the side he superintended over in the magnificence days of the 64 Battalions squad was so great that paying of winning benefits ended up being a problem for management as the club was on a winning streak.

Harry Zakour monitored the Ghanaian giants during their golden days in the early 2000’s where they dominated the domestic and global scene, winning numerous Ghana Premier League titles and the CAF Champions League title.

He signed up with the club from regional competitors Accra Great Olympics.

According to Harry, the Phobians were on a winning streak that made it really tough to settle their winning rewards which had actually to be paid after each video game.

Speaking in an interview on Delighted FM, he stated, “We always paid the players on time and salaries were paid on time. Wages were all set on every 21st of the month. It got to a moment I desired the team to lose because I could not pay the winning perk anymore in the league however those days people were enjoying football.

” All our cash went into taxes but nobody listened to us”

Harry Zakour also revealed that when they won the African Cup he recommended that the cashes produced by the club throughout those times were used to buy the club secretariat which cost $120,000, now valued at $3 million and a bus for the team.

Zakour also disclosed in the interview that running Hearts of Oak cost him his company and finances and those cash have actually not been paid till date.

He was likewise versus the floatation of shares by the club which he believes can be associated to the club’s concerns over a years as they have not had the ability to win the Ghana Premier League title.