Hearts of Oak legend, Sam Johnson has expressed worry at the current state of the club heading into the 2023/24 Ghana Premier League season.
The Phobians who finished out of the top four last term are yet to appoint a new coach to kick start their pre-season exercise.
The club has also been ordered by world football governing body, FIFA to pay $14,002 to Matic for outstanding remuneration, prorated payments, reimbursable expenses, and compensation for a two-month breach of contract.
The breach of contract occurred when supporters prevented Matic from conducting training sessions.
The record FA Cup holders have also parted ways with their assistant coach, David Ocloo who steered affairs after the exit of Slavko Matic.
Sam Johnson told Radio Gold: “Hearts of Oak are not supposed to be in this kind of situation but it is like a tattoo in Ghana.
“Especially when the season is about starting, everybody does what he wants and that is what is disturbing the league that we cannot see.
“So it is very bad that something like this is happening that up to now they don’t have a coach, they have not stated pre-season but all the same I don’t know what exactly is going on.
“But I don’t it is good for a big club like Accra Hearts of Oak to be in this kind of situation.” Sam Johnson told Radio Gold Sports.