Hearts of Oak last won the Ghana Premier League in 2009 and are still chasing their second league title in 11 years. Accra Hearts of Oak legend Dan Quaye has blamed the club’s recent struggle to the floatation of shares that happened in 2010. Vaz Pinto is said to have recommended club legends Amankwah Mireku and Lawrence Adjah-Tetteh but the board kicked against it.
He has gone back to his native country, Portugal. Sources say, he left on Saturday, October 31. The story was no different in football, where there were many notable against-the-odds triumphs for Lazio (Serie A winners), AS Monaco (champions of Ligue 1), Deportivo (conquerors of LaLiga) and Galatasaray (victors in the UEFA Cup). Among all these, though, Hearts of Oak’s treble-winning campaign flew under the radar. As they decided to disagree with the incoming coach with positive inclusion of the team's legends..
There are some key players who were expected to vital cogs in Hearts’ title charge, but have failed to find their form so far this season. Here we take a look at five players who have struggled so far this season, and must improve in the coming weeks. We can talk of William Denkyi, Fatawu Mohammed, Abednego Tetteh, Richmond Ayi and Eric Dizan.
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