'Pack and leave if you can't play' - Dan Quaye slams 'sluggish' Hearts of Oak

Published on: 23 November 2021

Hearts of Oak legend, Daniel Quaye, has blasted players following their difficult start of the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League season.

After four games played, the reigning champions have failed to record a single win, drawing three and losing one of those.

Following the disaster start, the players have come under criticism for not giving their best to defend a title they won last season.

However, Quaye has added his voice, telling the players the exit door is wide open if any of the players do not feel ready to wear the rainbow jersey.

“The players feel too proud of themselves because they think they have won double (League and FA Cup) so is ok for now. If anyone thinks he can’t play Hearts of oak, he should pack and leave the club," he told the Kumasi-based Adanse FM.

Reacting to whether or not head coach Samuel Boadu should be axed, Quaye opted against the suggestion.

“No one should blame the coach for now because it’s the same coach who won the league for the club. I don’t think is right to even plan to sack the coach, if you do that you will discourage the young talented coach."

Hearts of Oak are in the relegation zone of the Ghana Premier League table with 3 points.

The Phobians will be hoping to return to winning ways against Berekum Chelsea.