Former Hearts of Oak striker, Prince Tagoe has suggested that the Phobians should keep their current squad in order to make impact in African inter club competitions.
The Ghana Premier League (GPL) giant have won all three major titles in Africa, CAF Champions League in 2000, CAF Super Cup in 2001, and CAF Confederations Cup in 2004.
However, the ‘continental club masters’ in recent years have struggled to rise to their status in the CAF elite competition and moreover have gone 12 years without a major trophy.
“If Hearts of Oak want to conquer Africa once again, they should keep their current players for the next one or two seasons” he said on Angel TV
Hearts of Oak are closing to ending their long trophy drought as they are a win away from lifting the 2020/2021 GPL title.
The 20 times GPL winners will represent Ghana in the Champions League next season if the finish the season as eventual champions.