I didn't get the needed support to succeed at Hearts of Oak, says Wellington

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The Phobians former boss claims he couldn't live up to the expectations because he didn't get the needed support

Former Hearts of Oak coach Henry Wellington has described his time at the club as a total failure. 
 
The 56-year-old was relieved of his duties while the Phobians sit 13th on the Ghana Premier League table with 17 points. 
 
"Hearts of Oak was not doing too well during my time. This is because from the beginning I wasn't given the necessary support to operate," Wellington told Kumasi FM.
 
"I will describe my days with the club as a total failure. Although, some people knew the work I did, others also knew the problems within the club but decided not to voice out. I won't talk much because that's the nature of the job and I might return someday.
 
"Most of the players left the club without the right replacements. I even played a major role in convincing them to stay for a while, reason why we placed fourth when Frank Nuttal stepped in," he added.
 
Hearts are currently managed by former Ghana international Kim Grant who signed a long-term contract last month.

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