Hearts of Oak supporter’s chief, Elvis Herman Hesse has implored the club supporters to play their respective roles well in order to reclaim lost glories of the club.
Elvis Herman who doubled as a board member for the rainbow boys after refusing to blame majority shareholder, Togbe Afede XIV for the clubs unsuccessful spell in recent times has entreated each and everyone to play their roles to make the club great again.
The rainbow boys have failed to win a major trophy since the 2008/2009 Ghana Premier League season when the board chairman took over the Phobians after share floatation.
The 19 times Ghana Premier League winners came close to winning the MTN FA Cup but were whipped by Asante Kotoko by 3:1 at the Tamale Stadium, courtesy Saddick Adams hat-trick.
In an interview with Oyerepa FM in Kumasi, he declined to attribute the rainbow boys poor performance to the board chairman believing the supporters have not done enough to push the club.
“We all expected more when Togbe Afede took over; unfortunately it hasn't gone the way we thought”
“I can't answer why we have not being successful on and off the pitch, you can't blame Togbe Afede XIV alone, what about we the supporters? He quizzed.
“We have not played our roles well. I will not agree Togbe Afede has being a failure, we all have a role to play” he said.