Frequent sacking of personnel not helpful for Hearts - Alhaji Souleymane Braimah
Ex-Hearts board member Alhaji Souleymane Braimah has bemoaned the frequent dismissal of personnel at the club.
Earlier this week, the Accra-based side sacked three members of the backroom staff in a latest shake-up.
Assistant coach Benh Adjei, goalkeeper’s trainer Dan Tettevi, reserves team manager Jacob Nettey and Welfare Officer Nat Ofosu have been told their services are no longer needed.
The quartet were dismissed on the request of embattled coach Mohammed Polo who complained about lack of support from some members of his backroom staff.
But former board member Alhaji Souleymane Braimah affectionately called ‘Alhaji Hearts’ is disappointed with the constant change of personnel.
“It’s not proper and something must be done about it. We cannot continue to sack people like that,” he told Accra-based Oman FM
“Today this, tomorrow that. Why do we keep sacking people? And we’re not been told exactly what they did.
“I am particularly sad about what is going on in the club. It’s really depressing times for all of us.
“If you look at the contribution of Jacob Nettey and Ben Adjei, who are former players of the club and how they have been treated, I can only say it’s unfortunate.
“Nettey nearly died during a League match against Kotoko sometime back and so I am very sad and disappointed.”
Hearts sacked coach David Duncan last year despite leading the team to second and just a point within leaders Asante Kotoko.