Hearts of Oak CEO warns of unauthorized deals of Umbro Jerseys

Published on: 30 July 2019

The Chief Executive Officer of Hearts of Oak Sporting Club Limited, Mr Frederick N.K Moore has warned dealers and vendors to desist from unauthorized trade of club’s Umbro jerseys and memorabilia to avoid risk of being arrested.

According to the C.E.O, only approved persons with  the club or their kit manufacturers are eligible to sell these items, failure to adhere to the directive will lead to the arrest of the culprits.

“Anybody who attempts to replicate our jerseys will be arrested because our logo is protected, so if anything like that happens the person will be prosecuted,”

"We are determined to make sure our supporters get quality, we are not selling it for profit, we have named a price that an average supporter can buy one.”

Some individuals and unauthorized persons have taken to the market to sell fake jerseys and souvenirs of the rainbow club.

The Phobians went on a break after their lost in Normalization Committee’s Special Cup at the quarter-final stage of tier 2, and the semi-final of tier one.

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