The recent upheaval in the Accra Hearts of Oak team has given the supporters heartbreak.
The question posed by the supporters to the board of the club is why coaches are sacked when they are performing.
Kenetsi Yatsuhatsi was performing well when he was shown the exit, Kosta Papić has been a two times victim of this situation.
It seems trooping to the secretariat did not solve the problem for the supporters. The Chief Women Supporter and second vice of the NCC, Madam Vincentia Doku has blamed Alhaji Akanbi for the failure of the team.
She told Boss FM that since the union between Alhaji Akanbi and Togbe Afede began, the Board Chairman does not listen to anyone apart from him.
“Alhaji Akanbi has been a supporters leader before and we expect him to know better. He should not insult supporters because of Togbe, but he should be a mediator and a reconciler.
“Unfortunately, he has been the one ruining the relationship between the Board and supporters. Akanbi is responsible for the the division between the supporters and Togbe.
“He once told us that there is no way the Board Chairman will meet us.”
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