The only Ghanaian club that prides itself with the colours of the rainbow, is celebrating a decade of trophy drought in the Ghana premier league.
Many former players of Accra Hearts Of Oat have expressed their displeasure over their club’s predicaments. Eric Nyarko didn’t shy away from adding his side of worry to the endless issue. He stated that it is a big disappointment to hear Hearts Of Oat hasn’t won the league for ten years.
“I owe my successful football career to Hearts Of Oat so their downfall affects me. I always go to the stadium to watch their games but if the club doesn’t win, it becomes a sad situation”
“Henceforth, the club needs to do their things well by motivating the players to up their best performance always. The fans must also support the team regardless of results as they did to us in our time,” Eric Nyarko concluded on Kessben sports.
The 37-year-old joined Hearts of Oak in 2003 from Auroras and left for Israel in 2009 after helping the team to win their 20th league title in his final year.
He also had stints with Hapoel Ashkelon and Hapoel Ra’anana during his three-year stay in Israel.
Nyarko was part of the Hearts team that won the CAF Confederations Cup in 2004 after beating local rivals Asante Kotoko in the final.