Scottish trainer, Frank Nuttall has been accused of negatively influencing Hearts of Oak players against the extension of their contracts with the promise of securing them deals abroad.
Nuttall is being accused of being the brain behind the exit of Thomas Abbey, Vincent Atingah, Kwame Kizito and Leonard Tawiah but Ivorian international, Robin Gnagne is said to have left the club to seek a deal abroad.
It is also believed that he advised some of the players to abandon their agents to sign for NM Football Consultancy owned by his fellow countryman Neil Murray.
NM Football Consultancy on Tuesday announced the signing of midfield dynamo, Winful Cobbinah but later deleted the Tweet.
According to a Graphic Sports report, Nuttall admitted his guilt when he was questioned at a board meeting last Monday when confronted with the evidence.
Hearts of Oak have set up a three-member committee chaired by Dr Nyaho-Nyaho Tamakloe with Ivy Heward-Mills- a former High Court judge- and Frank Nelson as members.