Former team manager and physical trainer of Hearts of Oak, W.O Tandoh, has cursed the club to lose five consecutive matches following the departure of Samuel Boadu.
W.O Tandoh has left the club after falling out with the management of the club.
The Aduana Stars deputy coach stated that board members like Dr. Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe, Vincent Sowah Odotei, and Alhaji Akanbi are leading the club into a ditch.
According to him, the incoming Dutch coach to replace coach Samuel Boadu would not succeed under his watch.
He further asked fans to crucify him if Hearts of Oak won a match.
“Anyone who says Samuel Boadu is arrogant is a liar, and God will punish that person," he told Accra-based Happy FM.
"He will judge that person. I wanted to go there for what they are doing but my job as a coach prevents me. I said it before I left the club, and that is what is happening.
“They’ve come with that white man for him to come like how they were with him the last time. I will let them lose five matches.
“They will lose Sunday’s match. They will lose five consecutive matches. Aduana knows that I am a Hearts fan. It is good for me to say that. Hearts will lose five matches on a roll. Crucify me if they pick a winner,” he added.
W.O Tandoh, who claims the club owes him six months’ salary, also said, “they should remember that they owe me six months. I will deal with these useless-minded people at Hearts of Oak.”