Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko National circle chairman, Kwaku Amponsah, widely known as Chairman K-5 has sympathized with Accra Hearts of Oak after crashing out of the CAF champions league.
The Ghanaian champions were eliminated from the CAF champions league by WAC of Morocco after being defeated with a cricket 6-2 goal aggregate scoreline.
Ironically, the former Kotoko supporters chairman says he was very sad watching Hearts of Oak being demolished by the Moroccan side.
Speaking on Kickoff with Oheneba Michael Nyame on Kessben TV, the former supporter’s leader called for all stakeholders to come together to ensure Ghanaian clubs perform well in the continental competitions.
“It was very painful and sad seeing our champions being beaten in a manner like that. No matter how you look at it, it’s Ghana which they represent, and the disgrace is not only for them but Ghana.
I think we should all come together to ensure that Ghanaian clubs perform well in African competitions. The FA ought to have a look at that.
I’m not a Hearts fan and won’t support Hearts of Oak, but the disgrace was too huge. When it happens like that, it does not only affect Hearts but Ghana as a nation” He said.
Accra Hearts of Oak fall back into the confederation cup after they were eliminated by WAC in the Champions League last Sunday.