The former skipper of the Phobians says Alhaji Hearts’ death was partly caused by Hearts of Oak.
Amankwah Mireku believes Alhaji Suleiman Brimah a.k.a Alhaji Hearts was killed slowly by the continuous poor display by Accra Hearts of Oak.
The Accra giants have not won a major silverware since the 2008-09 Ghana Premier League triumph and according to Amankwah Mireku who was part of the golden era of Hearts of Oak in the late 1990’s and the early 2000’s the heartbreaking moment the club has been enduring affected the health of Alhaji Hearts who had the team at heart.
“I will say Hearts of Oak played role in Alhaji Hearts’ death,” Mireku told Chaskele on Zylofon FM.
“We all know that Alhaji Hearts has not been feeling well for some time but I am convinced that 10% of his illness was coursed by the poor performance of the club.
“A lot of people are suffering because of the way the club is being managed. So the current managers should do something about it,” he added.
Alhaji Hearts was a board member of Hearts of Oak when the side won the CAF ChampionsLeague in 2000