Board Chairman of Accra Hearts of Oak, Togbe Afede XIV has asked fans of the club to be patient as its management continues to put things in place to make them title contenders.
He says that negative comments from the supporters over the failure of the team to win a major trophy in 11 years are not helping matters.
Togbe Afede XIV made these comments at the launch of a partnership deal between the Accra Hearts of Oak and Starlife Assurance.
He made reference to English club Liverpool, who recently won their first Premier League title after 30years.
The Board Chairman of the club says that genuine supporters of the team must learn to rally behind the management of the club.
“Supporters should learn to know that those noises do not help the club. It took 30 years but Liverpool finally won a trophy again. Genuine fans learn to support and appreciate what management is doing,” he said.
Togbe Afede XIV added that the negative comments will even make things more difficult for the club.
“The negativity will make it even harder because it’s hard to strike a relationship like today’s relationship. Nobody wants a bad product so they have a responsibility to support what we are doing. They should always remember that they can’t love the club more than those who are spending time and money to support the club,” he added.
On the club’s partnership with Starlife Assurance, he was hopeful that it will yield positive results.
Story by: Princeton Kwabena Wiredu | universnewsroom.com