Commey advises Hearts of Oak leadership to practice unity

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The Phobians former chief believes the club's leadership must end their differences for the betterment of the team

Aduana Stars chief executive officer Albert Commey has insisted that the level of quality in Hearts of Oak's set-up is in shambles following a recent tussle among the leaders.

The Phobians have failed to win any major silverware since 2009 and even battled relegation at a point, only to be saved by a head-to-head in 2015.

"The Hearts of Oak we came to meet and worked for is not the same club anymore because nothing is working," Commey told Happy FM.

"They should sit up and find the way forward on how they can recapture the glory days. The Hearts we came to meet won trophies but this current group is struggling and nothing is happening for them. This is not fiction but a statement of fact."

"The other day somebody said something on the television that the only thing good left with Hearts of Oak is their music. And it seems to be true because as a Phobian, when I'm standing somewhere and the music is played, I get goose bumps but apart from that what else?

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He added: "I sat down and thought deep over it and I agreed with the man because the club is struggling. If Hearts of Oak were to be any other club with all their troubles, imagine where they would have been by now, so that's why they have to bury their differences and look at the well being of the club rather their individual interest.

Commey rose through the ranks from a supporter to become the deputy communication director in 2005 before leaving for Medeama SC.