Former Ghanaian football star, Laryea Kingston, has called upon the illustrious Ghanaian clubs, Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko, to make a pivotal decision that could shape their future success.
In a passionate plea, Kingston emphasizes the dire need for both clubs to bring in the right technical personnel and astute management, individuals who possess a deep understanding of the beautiful game.
Accra Hearts of Oak and defending champions have performed poorly this season. Both clubs are currently been managed by assistant coaches.
The Phobians are currently 8th with 45 points on the league table and the Porcupine Warriors are 4th with 47 points.
“Hearts and Asante Kotoko are the two big teams in the country. They should try to do the right things, try to hire the right technical people and bright management that understands the game," Laryea told Original FM.
"They should also have a game plan so that they can build a team to dominate Ghana and then Africa within two-three years. They should have a plan. I don’t think both teams have a plan now. You can’t just get up and say we are going to win the league without having a proper plan and also think about building something,”
“I can tell you that both teams have not built anything for the past five years. Every season players will go, players will come thinking you will be able to do something, no. They should be able to have a plan for four or five years to be comfortable to play in Ghana and then Africa,”