Former Kotoko Goalkeeper Isaac Amoako Blames Hard Luck For Hearts Of Oak’s Struggle In GPL Former Kotoko Goalkeeper Isaac Amoako Blames Hard Luck For Hearts Of Oak’s Struggle In GPL

 Former Kotoko Goalkeeper Isaac Amoako Blames Hard Luck For Hearts Of Oak’s Struggle In GPL

Former Kotoko Goalkeeper Isaac Amoako Blames Hard Luck For Hearts Of Oak’s Struggle In GPL

Former Asante Kotoko goalkeeper Isaac Amoako has reacted to Hearts of Oak difficult start to the Ghana Premier League season.

The Phobians has been poor in the 2021/22 league campaign losing one and drawing three in their first four matches they have played.

In an interview with Koforidua-based Aben FM, Isaac Amoako blamed hard luck for the Phobians struggle in the domestic top-flight.

He has therefore called on management and fans of the club to exercise patience for the trainer as he believes he is right man for the job.

“I have worked with Samuel Boadu at the U-15 national team so I know what he is capable of doing. Coaching requires time but at the time he joined Hearts of Oak the winning mentality was there so he became successful by winning double”

“But the new season has new season hasn’t been good for him so far but I will the fans and management of the team to be patient with him and give him the massive support they gave him last season”

“They should not think about sacking him and I believe sacking of coaches has been a major problem for most Ghanaian clubs. There is a say that, Rome was not built in a day so if things are not going as expected this season, they should exercise patience and I know with time things will change for the club”

“I think Hearts of Oak is struggling because of hard luck, so they should be supportive with the coach,” he said.

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