Experienced Team Manager Sylvester Nii Sabahn Quaye has resumed his duties at 2020/21 Ghana Premier League champions Hearts of Oak.
Quaye left the Phobians in February together with Serbian coach Kosta Papic.
He was rumoured to have been shown the exit by Board Chairman, Togbe Afede XIV, after criticizing the hierarchy of the club over their handling of key issues.
Earlier this week, a widespread report indicated that Quaye has joined Maxwell Konadu’s backroom at fellow Ghana Premier League outfit Legon Cities FC staff ahead of the forthcoming season.
However, the affable Team Manager was pictured at Hearts of Oak training ground on Wednesday as the club commenced pre-training.
Quaye was a key member of the 2000 CAF Champions League triumphant team and the joyous 2004 CAF Confederation Cup.
A historic spell with the Black Stars only confirmed the managerial nous of Quaye in the Ghanaian terrain.
Hearts won the domestic double, Ghana Premier League and MTN FA Cup, and are eying more success in the coming season.