Former Accra Hearts of Oak player, Charles Taylor, has ripped apart the current playing body of the team, following the poor form in the 2022/23 Ghana Premier League campaign.
According to the former attacker, the performance of his former side is the worst ever in the history of the club in almost three decades.
The Accra-based club’s survival in this season’s league campaign hangs in the balance after they succumbed to a 2-1 defeat to Tamale City in the last but one round games at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The rainbow boys after the exist of coach Samuel Boadu two seasons ago, have failed to find their feet. They have suffered five defeats in their last six games and currently sit 11 on the league table with 45 points.
Hearts of Oak will thus wrap up their campaign with an away game against Berekum Chelsea on Sunday at the Golden City Park and need at least a point to avoid relegation.
Sharing his thoughts on the present development at the club on the back of its disappointing performance in domestic competitions, Charles Taylor, pointed out that the poor show of form of the continental club masters is attributed to both players and handlers of the team.
According to him, the board of directors and management members at the club have performed abysmally, adding, most of the players do not deserve to wear the red, yellow and blue colours.
“Is this the Hearts of Oak I played? Loosing six out the last seven matches they have played really attests to my constant criticism of them. From the time I’d known the team, through the ranks of becoming a player until now, I can confidently say that this is the worst team I have witnessed; both the playing body and the management.
“I was exposed to Hearts of Oak in 1999 and became a player in 2004 but these crop of the playing body is totally worst,” Angry Charles Taylor told Saddick Adams in Twi on Angel TV.