Like the song goes, on, on, on, we are marching on, Accra Hearts of Oak still wallow in their unproductive management.
Clubs are judged by their performance on the pitch and how well they make themselves popular by winning or playing good football.
No matter how a team spends, it is binding on the authorities to give supporters what they want, and that is good results.
Every team has its own expectations backed by its supporters. Supporters are not over expectant but always judge their teams with a clear conscience of pedigree.
The pedigree of Accra Hearts of Oak can be compared to elite clubs in Africa but what we see now is a sub-standard and a mediocre performance if compared to their neighbors on the continent.
The team that won the trophy
But in an interview Alhaji Akanbi granted on Pure FM, he listed the Agyeiwaa Cup as part of the laurels the team has won.
Then indeed the question we have to ask is that has the Hearts of Oak team come that low to pride itself with a memorial cup?
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