Hearts of Oak legend, Laryea Kingston has urged the club’s new head coach, Slavko Matic to implement his philosophy as quickly as possible.
Matic replaced Samuel Boadu who guided the Phobians to a domestic treble last two seasons plus another FA Cup last term and a President’s Cup.
Laryea Kingston, who once played for the 21 time Ghana champions, spoke to Gold Talk Sport.
“Make sure that you bring your attacking philosophy as soon as possible and your defensive philosophy as soon as possible.
“It is going to be a little bit tough for them but you make it simple and make sure you give players responsibilities when we attack, when we are on the ball and when we are off the ball, you give players responsibilities.
“You make things simple for them and then slowly they get used to what you are bringing on board.
“So I think it’s going to be tough for every coach but if I’m there, the moment I get the opportunity, I will quickly bring my attacking philosophy.
“I know it will be tough for the players, some of them the understanding will take time, but this is where we are.” Laryea Kingston told Radio Gold Talk Sport.