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The current Hearts of Oak players are not “real Phobians” – Charles Allotey

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Former Hearts of Oak midfielder, Charles Allotey has insisted that the club’s current players do not have any love for the rainbow jersey.

Last week, the Phobians released five first-team players over their refusal to extend their expired contracts.

Benjamin Agyare, Christopher Bonney, Bernard Arthur and Abubakar Troare were among the players who exited. However, the departure of star man Joseph Esso is what has generated huge controversy.

Sharing his opinion on the recent continuous player exodus in the club, Charles Allotey advised the current crop of players in the club to concentrate on their training and set a target of playing in the Champions League.

“Your appearance at the training ground will let Hearts know you’re a fan of the club. Because it comes with a feeling. Those who first played did so with their hearts although there was no money. You should love the team you’re playing for, ” he told Accra-based Onua FM.

He continued, “During our time, we were Hearts Of Oak fans, but I don’t see the current Hearts players as loyal fans of the club. Because we play the team with a good heart. I remember we had many contracts but we were not allowed to go. We took a decision to also win the Champions League in Ghana.

“But I don’t know where the current players want to take the team to. They should have a target of playing in the Champions League and that’ll make them good players.

“They should concentrate on their training very well. In fact, the love is not there, ” he added.

He also expressed shock about the absence of the team’s players in national teams in recent call-ups.

“Am very surprised that there are no Hearts Of Oak player in the national team. The players performances are appalling,” he said.

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