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Hearts players are saboteurs - famous supporter Ali Phobia

Posted On Thursday, 6th February 2014
Hearts players have been accused of sabotage

Hearts players have been accused of sabotage

By Patrick Akoto

Outspoken Heats staunch supporter Ali Phobia has hit out at the players, accusing them of sabotage against embattled trainer Mohammed Polo. 

Under-fire coach Mohammed Polo was first to raise the red flag about a supposed conspiracy to make his stay untenable.

He accused his own players of sabotage after seeing them being humbled 3-0 at home by All Stars in the First Capital Plus Ghana Premier League.

Ali Phobia, an avid supporter of the club, has accused the players of trying to pull him (Polo) down by not given out their best on the pitch.

“It’s was very clear that the players don’t like Polo. They are sabotaging him and it’s unfortunate and sad,” Ali Phobia said.

“The players have let the club down. If you don’t like a coach and so you decide not to give off your best, are u doing the club any favour? he asked

“They (players) should continue and posterity will judge them. I feel so sad about what they are doing.”

Hearts has been in serious distress since the shocking dismissal of coach David Duncan who was at that point just four points behind league leaders Asante Kotoko.

The Phobians have now dropped to fourth – seven points behind Kotoko who have a game in hand.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. jimmy says:

    Please this simple to deal with. Investigate and fire those players. and i don’t know but who advise hearts that Polo is a good coach, what has he achieve in his coaching career. The board should stop playing tradition and hire a competent coach.





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