Mahatma Otoo is a former captain of Hearts of Oak
Ghana striker Mahatma Otoo has bemoaned the lack of unity amongst officials of Hearts of Oak, saying it is responsible for the side’s recent slump.
The Phobians endured perhaps their worst ever run in the Premier League last season where they persistently threatened with relegation.
Critics have pointed out to the current board’s refusal to open up the club to its former executives like Harry Zakkour, Isaac Tetteh, Alhaji Hearts and Tommy Okine who have been critical of the current administration.
The old executives have been largely credited for the side’s survival for their decision to merge forces to support the club in their last five matches.
And the former club captain of the Phobians, Mahatma Otoo feels this feud between the old and new executives is hurting the fortunes of the club.
“I will say that when you look at the performance of the team of late then, you are right because it is all about results,” he told Starr FM.
“Hearts of Oak is a club that need to be united. During my time at the club, you will see all the big men all together holding meetings and finding ways to make the team better.
“So Hearts of Oak is a team that needs unity to be able to do well.”