Interim Hearts of Oak coach, David Ocloo says he understands the frustrations of the fans following their defeat against Real Tamale United on Sunday.
The Phobians suffered a 2-1 defeat in the matchday 33 games at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Linda Mtange's goal which put Hearts in the lead on 35 minutes was cancelled by Abdul Manaf Umar right after recess.
Stephen Badu Dankwah netted what proved to be the match-winning goal in 80 minutes.
The Phobians have dragged themselves into the relegation mire as they are 11th on the league standings with 45 points which makes their final match away to Berekum Chelsea a must-win.
Ocloo who has won just one of his last seven games in charge says the disquiet among the fans is justified.
"They are right to be furious and say whatever they want but they shouldn't forget this is a depleted side I met," he told StarTimes after the game.
"So, they should know how to talk," he added.