Amankwaa Mireku Criticizes Salifu Ibrahim For Attacking Hearts Of Oak Players Who Are Motivated By Money.

Salifu Ibrahim and the current group of players have come under fire from former Hearts of Oak captain Amankwah Mireku, who claims that they put their extravagant lifestyles ahead of giving their all for the team.

Amankwa Mireku’s animosity against the players stems from the team’s dismal performance, as they have dropped five of their previous six games.

Using midfielder Ibrahim as an example, he claimed that players join the team only to benefit themselves and do not demonstrate their dedication to the team when they don the shirt.

“Players start Hearts of Oak with the intention of making money and leading extravagant lives, but they soon lose focus. Salifu Ibrahim serves as an exemplary case in point; was this his performance in his debut with the team? He no longer performs with fire or passion, he said to Akoma FM.

This is due to the fact that he is now loving Hearts of Oak but has forgotten why he first came here. He’s now profitable at Hearts of Oak,” he continued.

In addition, he charged that rather than being grounded and concentrating on their football, the players were involved in immoral activities.

“The gamers are merely playing for Hearts of Oak without realizing how hard it is and without making an extra effort. After lining up the gals and buying a few little cars, that’s all that happens. In the club, they’re just making jokes,” Mireku went on.

“They need to put in a lot of effort and set aside their opulent lifestyle.”

Hearts of Oak have six games remaining in the season to finish barely four points above the relegation zone.

After 28 games, they have 35 points, good for 12th place. The teams they have played against in the last six games are Bechem United, Nations FC, Aduana Stars, Asante Kotoko, and Berekum Chelsea.

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