Former Ghana midfielder Anthony Annan CHARGES Hearts of Oak players

Former Ghanaian international, Anthony Annan has urged the current players of Hearts of Oak to give their best efforts in order to revive the team’s lost glory.

The Phobians has endured a challenging campaign in the Ghana Premier League, suffering six defeats in their last seven matches in the Ghanaian top-flight. The team’s recent loss at home against RTU has placed them in a precarious position, currently sitting in 11th place on the league table with 45 points. Their final match against Berekum Chelsea is now a must-win situation.

Speaking in an interview from his base in Norway, the former Ghanaian midfielder acknowledged that the standard of Hearts of Oak has declined. He therefore called upon the players to exert themselves fully in order to bring greatness back to the club.

“We are all aware of the difficulties the club is facing, but I want to urge the players that it is a part of football and they should continue to give their best even in tough times,” he told Pipapipa Media.

“When you pour your heart and soul into the club, opportunities will come because it is a prestigious club. The current players must work hard to restore the club’s glory days because the standard of Hearts has fallen,” he added.

Anthony Annan joined Hearts of Oak in 2005 from Hasaacas and played for the club until 2007. He had subsequent spells with Hasaacas and Hearts of Oak before venturing abroad for new opportunities.

The midfielder, who is still active in his career, has had stints with clubs such as Schalke 04, 1860 Munich, Osasuna, and Beitar Jerusalem, among others.


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