Former Hearts of Oak board secretary Ernest Thompson has shockingly revealed he is not awed by any player at the capital-based outfit in the ongoing Ghanaian top-flight.
Nineteen-time winners of the Ghana Premier League, Hearts of Oak are on an eleven-year title-less run and deem this season as the perfect opportunity to end the drought and for good measure the Phobians are at the summit of the league log – level on points with archenemy Asante Kotoko.
Since the appointment of former national under 15 head coach Samuel Boadu, the oldest existing club in the country have seen their results head north with tantalizing team play interlaced with tremendous improvement in individual players.
Players such as Kojo Obeng Junior, Emmanuel Nettey et al all discovering their best form yet not forgetting the mercurial attacker Salifu Ibrahim, who has mustered seven NASCO man-of-the-match awards in the Premier League.
Despite these performances, former scribe of the club Ernest Thompson, who lashed out at the incompetence of Great Olympics for their poor security arrangements in the Ga Mantse Derby which was staged last Sunday, is not enthused by their output.
“There’s no extra ordinary player at Hearts Of Oak,” former SSNIT boss Lawyer Ernst Thompson told Kumasi-based media house Oyerepa FM.
The Rainbow Club’s title aspirations will be put to test when they cross swords with fellow title hopefuls Medeama SC at the Accra sports stadium this weekend in what promises to be a must-not-lose game for both sides.