David Duncan's lawyer to launch bid to force Hearts pay him GHC¢86,000 compensation
The representative of former Hearts of Oak coach David Duncan will next week begin the process to force the club to pay him the GHC¢86,000 severance package for his dismissal.
The Ghana FA Player Status Committee found the club guilty for not serving notice to the coach-which was inserted in his contract-before his contract was terminated in November.
Last week, the Review Committee of the Ghana FA, threw out an application by Hearts to dismiss the ruling after failing to achieve that through the Appeals Committee.
The Phobians would be served a demand notice next week in which the demands of his client would be stated and where the amount should be lodged.
“If they fail to comply then we would be compelled to enforce the judgment,” Lawyer Adu Amoah told the Graphic Sport.
Amoah says the decision by Hearts to seek legal redress is shocking and futile after going through all the grievance resolution processes at the Ghana FA.