Charles Taylor calls for drastic measures at Hearts of Oak amid relegation threat

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Charles Taylor calls for drastic measures at Hearts of Oak amid relegation threat

Former Hearts of Oak forward Charles Taylor has made a bold statement, calling for the club's relegation and the dissolution of the board amid their o

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Former Hearts of Oak forward Charles Taylor has made a bold statement, calling for the club’s relegation and the dissolution of the board amid their ongoing struggles in the Ghana Premier League.

Taylor believes these drastic measures are necessary to address the club’s decline and alleviate the suffering of its supporters.

Hearts of Oak, once a dominant force in Ghanaian football, are now facing the stark reality of potential relegation.

With just three games remaining in the season, the club finds itself precariously close to the drop zone, sitting only two points above it.

This dire situation was exacerbated by a recent 2-0 defeat to their arch-rivals Asante Kotoko.

In an interview on Angel FM, Taylor expressed his frustration with the current state of the club.

He highlighted the lack of the traditional “Never Say Die” spirit that once defined Hearts of Oak and led them to historic victories, including the 2000 CAF Champions League triumph.

“They should dissolve the Hearts of Oak board because there’s no Never Say Die spirit in the team again. If necessary, Hearts of Oak should go to relegation because their supporters are going through a lot,” Taylor stated.

The club’s poor performance this season has been a far cry from their glory days. Hearts of Oak, the only Ghanaian club to have won the treble, including the CAF Champions League, in 2000, are now fighting to stay in the top tier of Ghanaian football.

To avoid relegation, Hearts of Oak must secure victories in their remaining fixtures against Nations FC, city rivals Great Olympics, and Bechem United.

The pressure is mounting on the team to deliver and ensure their survival in the league.

Taylor’s comments reflect the deep-rooted concerns among the club’s fanbase and former players, who are desperate to see a revival of the club’s fortunes.

Whether relegation and a board overhaul are the solutions remains to be seen, but the urgency for change at Hearts of Oak is undeniable.

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