Former Hearts of Oak captain Amakwah Mireku has bemoaned the manner in which the club part ways with coaches due to poor managerial decisions.
Hearts of Oak were hit with three resignations in just a week as three technical team members resigned from their post.
Assistant coach Asare Bediako was the first member to resign followed by head coach Kosta Papic and goalkeeper’s trainer Ben Owu on 15th February 2021.
Amankwah Mireku is of the view that the selfish interest of some Board and management members have led to this incident.
“It’s very unfortunate that this is happening that coaches have to leave the club this way", the 2004 CAF Confederation Cup winner told Happy FM.
“Papic’s problem has to do with structures. He should have made us known which structure, in particular, was the problem.
“It’s a problem that always there are issues between management and the technical team. Coaches are sacked day in and day out”.
He advised that management should consider the fans first in their decision making.
“I will speak our behalf of former players. The leaders should try and also sacrifice for the supporters of the club to be happy, we are all worried by the current happenings going on with the club”.