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Ex Hearts of Oak talisman Charles Taylor has described as “uncivilised”, fans who chased out coach Slavko Matic from the club’s training complex Friday morning.

In the early hours of Friday, March 3, 2023, a section of Hearts of Oak fans stormed the team’s training complex at Pobiman to prevent the coach from carrying out his duties ahead of Sunday’s super clash against Asante Kotoko.

Their reason was that the team’s output, especially at home matches have been abysmal, threatening to sack the coach from the match venue on Sunday.

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But the fans got infuriated after the club’s management debunked their claims with a release saying those threats as published by some media outlets were false.

This compelled the supporters to effect their threat two days prior to the time proposed originally.

In an exclusive with Onua Sports Friday, Charles Taylor who also played for Asante Kotoko said it was wrong for the supporters to have chased the coach out irrespective of the results he is giving the club.

The pedigree of the club, he noted, should have guided the fans on the action they took.

”Hearts is not a small club where fans can just wake up to attack a coach because he is not performing. The coach is using all the players the club bought for him. Such attitude from the fans is uncivilised.

“If you have issues with the coach just channel your grievances to the management and not to behave this way,” he advised in Twi.

He added that, “things like this do not help our game to grow.”

Accra Hearts of Oak are hoping to return to winning ways on Sunday after picking just a win in their last four matches.

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By Isaac Ansah Apagya|OnuaSports|