Ex-Ghana FA boss Nyaho Tamakloe insists coach David Duncan is the right man for the Hearts of Oak job.
Duncan took charge of the Phobians after CK Akunnor was axed for non-performance.
The former Great Olympics and Hasaacas coach has since gone ahead to win one match, drawn one and lost one at home against Ashantigold.
Duncan has insisted he’s in the process of building a crack squad for the team to challenge for Premier League honours and their board member insists he should be allowed to transform the club.
“They are playing well and have a future,” Tamakloe said
“I have been in football a long time even before you were born and it’s not every time that you win.
“The fact that they lost doesn't win means that there is a problem.
“Even if you watched the game against Ashantigold, it’s been a long time since I saw Hearts play well like that.”
Hearts have not won the league in the past three seasons but there is some sense of belief among their teeming fans that Duncan should be given enough room to transform the side.