The chairman of the National Chapters Committee, umbrella body for Hearts of Oak, Elvis Herman Hesse has revealed the club are considering moving their home ground from the Accra Sports Stadium.
The Phobians have managed just two home wins at home this season.
Last Sunday, Hearts had to rally to draw 1-1 with with Elmina Sharks thanks to a Kofi Kordzi leveller.
Currently, the field is being shared by six clubs- Ghana Premier League quartet Great Olympics, Inter Allies, Legon Cities FC and now Asante Kotoko and Division One League side Accra Lions.
”I am pleading with the supporters to be patient with the club. We are working around the clock to ensure the club gets back on track. There are talks to relocate the club from the Accra Sports Stadium if that can help solve the problem, but for now there isn’t any alternative venue available,” he told Ohene-Bampoh Brenya on Happy FM.