Former Great Olympics coach Godwin Attram believes supporters of Asante Kotoko, Hearts of Oak and other traditional clubs in the country have unrealistic expectations, leading to several players not succeeding after joining them.
Hearts released four players last week including Theophilus Jackson, Cosmos Dauda, Joshua Otoo and Evans Quao after a section of the supporters stormed the training grounds to demand their sacking.
Also, Kotoko are expected to offload three players in the coming days after they failed to live up to the expectations, according to reports in the local media.
"Players with traditional clubs like Asante Kotoko [and Hearts of Oak] always suffer because their supporters are impatient," Attram told Footballghana .
"They must learn how to give coaches and players the chance to explore and exhibit what they have.
"Sometimes, the managerial aspect becomes a problem because the supporters are always demanding which should not be so," he added.
Hearts are yet to win the top-flight since 2009 while Kotoko last won it in 2014.