Former Accra Hearts of Oak left-back Acquah Harrison, has called for massive support from fans of the club to bring back the glory days.
The assistant coach of Sekondi Eleven Wise believes the current administration needs to do more in terms of infrastructure and player welfare if they want to win back the fans.
Speaking to Tema Community 2 based radio station Plan B 104.5 FM, on the “Ka Wadwen’’ sports show, the 2004 CAF Confederations Cup winner said, lack of good leadership had led to the club’s retrogression.
“During our time, we had the likes of TT Brothers, Tommy Okine, Harry Zakour and Alhaji Hearts who were so committed to the club and also showed up in most of our training sessions to support us”
“I will urge the supporters to rally behind the team in these difficult times, I know management are working really hard to bring back the golden days’’. He added.
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