Former Accra Hearts of Oak and national U-17 goalkeeper, Ali Jarra has called on fans and other stakeholders to throw their weight behind the club and head coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi to achieve success when the Ghana Premier league season starts on February 20.
Accra Hearts of Oak looks like a divided family with internal wrangling outweighing the team’s success outweighiin the club’s success on the pitch. The club is divided since the appointment of Japanese-American trainer Kenichi Yatsuhashi.
Board members, notably Nyaho Nyaho Tamakloe has called for the sacking of the former Aspire Academy players development coach whilst others insist he has their backing to lead the club.
Old Board members has also spilled their venom in the public domain with claims that the current board chaired by Togbe Afede XIV has neglected them.
The woes of differences in the administration of club deepened when Managing Director Gerald Ankrah relinquished his position last week for reasons only best known to him, though sources say he resigned because of poor working conditions.
And the former Black Starlets goalkeeper has called on the board, fans and other stakeholders to bury their differences and put success of the club first when the Ghana Premier league commences on February 20.
“On the 20th (February), the Ghanaian league is going to start,” Ali Jarra wrote on Mark Zuckerberg’s social media platform, Facebook.
He added: [I call on] supporters, managers and all stakeholders [to] come together to support the Phobian team and support our new coach to reach the height we pray for.
“We should please come together to support our darling club. Phobia we never say die!” The Black Challenge coach clamored.
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