By Patrick Akoto
Hearts coach Mohammed Polo has indicated that the team needs unity and peaceful working conditions to beat Aduana Stars in the First Capital Premier League this weekend.
The Accra-based side are desperate to bridge purported disunity in the team following their 3-0 home defeat to All Stars last
Polo says solidarity is imperative amid growing speculation surrounding himself and the supporters on one hand and the players on the other.
“At this time, we all need to bury the hatchet. We don’t need more quarrels and confusion within the team,” he said
“We need unity and peace in order to overcome the hurdle of Aduana Stars and the rest of matches in the League.
Some aggrieved Hearts fans in the Brong Ahafo region have threatened to beat up the players if they fail to negotiate victory against the Dorma-based side.