A section of Hearts of Oak fans have been left asking questions about the club’s recruitment policy ahead of next season’s BetPawa Premier League.
The Phobians have announced some acquisitions to help bolster their squad even though yet to officially name a substantive head coach.
The Phobians, record FA Cup holders have officially announced youngsters, Martin Karikari and Raphael Amponsah all midfielders and winger Evans Adomako from second division club, Asekem fc.
All three have been tied down by the 2000 CAF Champions League winners to a 5-year contract.
The question on the lips of a section of the fans is whether the youngsters can compete at the top level of the premier league.
A fan questioned: “Hearts of Oak must look at signing some mature players in addition to the existing ones.
“The small boys are too many and that will not help us.” The fan fan quizzed.
Another livid fan said: “If the club is being turned into an academy, the authorities should tells us because we can’t keep signing young players and hope to win the league.
“We don’t win the Africa title with inexperienced players so the technical team must sit up.” The fan asked.
Some followers of the club have also asked why Hearts of Oak have signed three players from one club.
“Does it mean there are no talent across the country that three players will be signed from one club?” another fan asked.
The Phobians will open their 2023/24 BetPawa Premier League campaign at Real Tamale United in September.