By Patrick Akoto
CK Akunnor has urged fans to give the new-look Hearts side time to gel following their disappointing start to the season.
Hearts lost their third consecutive match of the season after going down 2-0 at Berekum Chelsea on Sunday.
The club have struggled to meet expectations of their fans despite making some major signing in the off-season.
They were booed off the pitch by few of their frustrated and angry supporters in attendance at the Golden City Park after another nondescript performance.
But the former Ghana captain who has come under intense pressure to quit his post is pleading with the fans to keep faith with the team.
“It is a difficult situation we find ourselves and so I will just plead with the fans to be patient with us,” Akunnor said
“We want to win every game but it’s unfortunate things are not going as planned. But this is football and anything can happen.
“It’s important we go back to the drawing board to see what has gone wrong and try to make the necessary corrections.
“Like I said, I will just urge the fans to be calm and continue to support and pray for us. I believe the results they are looking for will start coming.”
Hearts will take on Real Tamale United at home on November 4.