Former player for Accra Hearts of Oak, Charles Kwaku Asampong Baanie Taylor has labelled his former club as being run like a second division or colts club.
Charles Taylor, who left the phobians in controversial way to play for Kumasi Asante Kotoko, called on the management of the club to pay attention to how the club is loosing its brand and attraction.
Speaking on Adom FM in Tema, Charles Taylor challenged them to do whatever it takes to redeem the club from its current predicament which has compelled most of the key players reluctant to renew their contracts.
The terrible terror is worried the current situation has witnessed the team lose instrumental defender Vincent Atinga with striker Kwame Kizito most likely to say goodbye to the phobians despite his enthusiastic performances in the 2016/2017 Ghana Premier League.
”The Hearts of Oak I knew some years back isn’t the same Hearts of Oak I’m seeing today, I feel the club do not have leaders presently because they have made the club look like an ordinary Colts team because nothing good is happening in the club now’’
”Even a second division team is better than Hearts of Oak currently because the current management utterances on radio doesn’t make the club attractive to players any more, how can a management member boldly say we owe our players four months salary. ‘’
”No sound player who wants something better in his football career would want to play for the team. Though some players would want to play for the club but how do you expect them to sign for the club when you don’t pay them on regular basis he asked.
Taylor joined Hearts of Oak from Accra Great Olympics and he was an instrumental part of the then 52 Battalion squad that won the CAF Champions League in 2000.