'Hearts of Oak owes '64 Battalions' squad $25,000' — Charles Allotey reveals Featured
20 May

'Hearts of Oak owes '64 Battalions' squad $25,000' — Charles Allotey reveals

The ex-Ghana international has revealed that the Rainbow club still owe the famous '64 battalions' that won two continental trophies for club.
Former Hearts of Oak midfielder Charles Allotey has said that he and his teammates are owned an amount of $25,000 after winning the 2000 CAF Champions League and the CAF Super Cup in 2001.
Hearts of Oak conquered the continent after winning the CAF Champions League and the CAF Champions League with their squad popularly known by most Ghanaians as '64 Battalions'.
Allotey played an instrumental role in the Phobians' unprecedented  CAF inter-club competition campaign in 2000 and 2001.
"Hearts players who won the Champions League and Super Cup are bitter about the club because they owe each player $25000 which till date they are yet to pay, they are yet to honour that agreement” Allotey told Oyerepa FM
Allotey was a member of the Ghana U17 squad that won the 1995 FIFA U17 World Cup staged in Ecuador.
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