Former Hearts of Oak defender, Sam Johnson, says the current management team should be dissolved following the recent happenings in the club.
According to reports, the whole technical team has resigned, with the club currently in crisis and the search for a new coach on the cards.
The resignation started off with assistant coach Asare Bediako who resigned from his post stating personal reasons and measures beyond his control.
It was followed by the resignation of head coach Kostadin Papic and goalkeeper's trainer Ben Owu.
Sources in the media indicate that Team manager Sahban Quaye has been relieved of his duties after the team's training on Tuesday.
Sam Johnson said the club cannot continue to tow that line as those involved should be sacked.
“Hearts should put in proper structures or else they will fail. They can appoint the best coach but without the structures, they will still fail. The interference by management should stop”.
“It is surprising that till now management still influences team selection. This year things were supposed to get better for the club but there are some people who don’t want the club to progress. Anybody who has been part of Hearts of Oak’s problem should be sacked. We cant be repeating the same mistakes again”.
“If there is unity in Hearts of Oak, there is no team in Ghana that can compete with us”, he concluded.