Hearts of Oak goalkeeper Tetteh Luggard failed to join the team on Friday for the trip to face Bechem United in the weekend’s Premier League clash.
Luggard is said to be disgruntled over the fans reaction to his haulers in recent matches.
The young goalkeeper was booed for his under-par performance in the 3-2 win over Inter Allies last weekend.
He claimed to have asked to be substituted in the midweek win over Hasaacas over harsh treatment from the fans for his jittery performance on Wednesday.
Luggard’s waning confidence has seen him disappear with club officials unable to reach him.
The goalkeeper was absent for the side’s final training session on Thursday and was also not part of the team that departed Accra for Bechem on Friday morning.
The situation now leaves Hearts with only one goalkeeper – Philemon McCarthy – for Saturday’s match against Bechem United.