Ex-Hearts of Oak striker, Wisdom says the club’s recent poor domestic and continental performance goes beyond just technical challenges.
The Phobians have blown hot and cold, losing out the league title they won last season to rivals, Asante Kotoko.
They are unlikely to win the top flight title this term and are out of the FA Cup – a competition the won last season.
A 4-1 loss in week 28 of the 2022/23 BetPawa Premier League sparked discomfort among the fans who have questioned the technical ability of assistant, David Ocloo.
Abbey who played for the side the 2000s, however believes the club’s challenges go beyond the technical bench.
“Me per se I don’t think the problem is coaching because way back from Japanese coach, Kenichi Yatsuhashie, that guy was doing very very well.
“They should have left that coach, he would have taken them to the promised land because he built everything and everything was going on well before he was kicked out.
“You could see Samuel Boadu too, I mean he did it all.
“Sometimes football is like that, it comes and goes so when it happens you just have to sit down, plan and restart.
“So kicking out those coaches I me per se I didn’t like it all because they were all doing well.
“So I don’t think the coaches are the problem sometimes they just need to sit themselves down and they need to have patience.” Wisdom Abbey told Radio Gold Sports.
The Phobians sit 6th on the table with 42 points from 28 game and will next host strugglers, King Faisal on Saturday, April 29.