Charles Taylor, a former Ghana international says no club in Ghana will be able to make an impact in the CAF inter-club competitions in the next 10 years due to the low quality of players.
His comments follow the humiliating display of Hearts of Oak abysmal campaign in their campaign in Africa.
The reigning Ghana Premier League champions suffered another humiliation in their CAF Confederations Cup playoffs against JS Saoura.
"Right now, no Ghanaian club can make an impact in Africa in the next 10 years. There's no quality to compete," Charles Taylor said on Angel TV.
“Some of our best players will sit on the bench in North Africa clubs. Ghana lacks quality in all areas, technical, management and players,” the Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak legend added.
The last time a Ghanaian club played in the group phase of the CAF inter-club competition was Asante Kotoko under CK Akonnor with Hearts of Oak still standing as the last club to win a trophy in Africa.