Aduana Stars forward, Yahaya Mohammed says Accra Hearts of Oak should count themselves out of the title race and the top four if they are going to repeat their performance against Aduana Stars in the remaining sixteen games.
The Rainbows suffered a 2-0 home defeat to the Ogya lads on Sunday in the BetPawa Premier League, leaving them seven points behind the leaders.
Aduana Stars bagged the three points via Isaac Mintah’s second half brace. Hearts of Oak also had some glaring opportunities but they were wasteful in front of goal.
However, the 35-year-old forward believes the current performance of the 2020/21 champions will create problem for them if they want to win the league or finish in the top four.
When asked if Hearts of Oak can turn things around to win the league, Yahaya replied, “If Hearts of Oak is going to put on this performance in each and every game then they should count themselves out. Even top four they cannot…. Per what I saw yesterday, is not good as a big club. We should be sincere and truthful to the club [Hearts of Oak]. I respect the team, I respect Hearts of Oak a lot but this performance, to be honest it wasn’t good.
“If they don’t change their attitude and play their hearts out to lift the Hearts of Oak family to the highest level and continue with this performance I saw yesterday then I don’t think they can achieve something.
“The performance I saw yesterday is not the Hearts of Oak I knew,” he told Ghanasportspage.com.
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