According to Phobianews.com, Hearts of Oak are planning to release their current attackers at the end of the season due to their struggle in finding the back of the net in the Ghana Premier League.
The Accra-based club, currently sitting fourth on the league table with 35 points from 23 games, has scored only 22 goals in the campaign, and none of their attackers feature in the top ten goal scorers’ chart.
The source explains that a revolution in the Phobians forward options is not excluded In the summer given the disappointing numbers that most of the attackers have put up.
Parading players like Kojo Obeng Jr, Isaac Mensah, Albert Eonde, and Yassan Ouatching, the Phobians have been profligate in front of goal and could largely be blamed for the club’s inconsistent performance this campaign.
In their previous match against Kotoku Royals, a last-minute goal from Caleb Amankwah secured a vital win for the team managed by assistant coach David Ocloo, who took charge after the departure of Serbian trainer Slavko Matic.
The Phobians had earlier played out a goalless draw with Bibiani Gold Stars and just last weekend they were thrashed 3-0 by Karela United at Aiyniase.