Hearts of Oak coach, Slavko Matic, expressed disappointment with the hesitant support from the Phobians following the team’s 3-1 victory over Berekum Chelsea at the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturday.
The game was filled with drama, with the first goal of the game coming late in the 83rd minute through an own goal from Fuseini Zacharia to give Hearts of Oak the lead.
Benjamin Yorke added a second goal for the Phobians just six minutes later, before Kusi Pandrous scored a consolation goal for Berekum Chelsea.
Victor Aidoo sealed the win for Hearts of Oak in stoppage time, returning the team to winning ways.
In a post-match interview with StarTimes, Matic spoke about his disappointment with the support from the fans, saying, “I am very disappointed with our fans, very, very. We need supporters.
“Somebody who will support 90 minutes team. Not only when we celebrate. It is very easy to celebrate but when we struggle, when we fight, somebody needs to support these guys.
“I hope next time we will hear more supporters.”