Former Accra Hearts of Oak Captain Amankwa Mireku is very disappointed with the state of the clubs affairs, insisting the club is just not attractive anymore.
The Rainbow Club is in a state of disarray and have suspended their Coach, Frank Nuttal with several of the club's top players leaving after last season.
Hearts have not won the League since 2009, and have been a drought of major trophies for almost 9 years.
Fans of the club are increasingly growing frustrated and some past administrators and former players are hitting out at the way the club is been managed.
"Hearts is just unattracive, and you know it," he told Zylofon FM. "That is what I'm saying, it's not about here-say, it's about what is happening," he added.
"You know what I'm saying, Hearts of Oak is not performing and we are know,"
"The most important thing is not to complain but it is about how we can get Accra Hearts of Oak to it glorious days."
Amankwa Mireku was part of the successful Accra Hearts of Oak team that won the CAF Champions League in 2000 and was Captain when the team won the Confederations Cup in 2004.
Hearts finished last season third and were runners up in the FA Cup, where they lost to bitter rivals Kumais Asante Kotoko in Tamale.
By Lukman Evergreen Mumin