Former Hearts of Oak captain Yaw Amankwa Mireku, has likened the current state of the club to a dead body after failing to win any major domestic title in the past decade.
Accra Hearts of Oak have been hit with a horrible spell in the Ghana premier with no league trophy since 2008/09 with many fans hooting at the club.
Mireku, who led the club to win multiple titles during his heydays as the club’s skipper, has audaciously compared his former team to a corpse, sending condolence in a comic way.
“The state of the Hearts of Oak is more than a dead person, so I sent my condolence to all fans”, Amankwa Mireku told Kumasi based OTEC FM.
Hearts of Oak have been in the news for the erroneous have top the billings with many players running down their contracts while currently players of the club are have also refused to renew their contracts.