Former Hearts Of Oak striker Bernard Arthur has verbally attacked Hearts Of Oak boss Edward Nii Odoom accusing him of his failure at the club.
According to Arthur, it was a deliberate attempt for the coach to sideline him and could not approach him to explain matters, an act he described as cowardness.
In an interview with Adom Fm, Arthur said:
“Coach Odoom doesn’t have balls, he couldn’t tell me he does not like me, he kept me on the Bench even at training, and allowed unregistered players to train, such Coaches are not bold, he didn’t allow me to train, yet called me to camp, then brings me into the game for 10 minutes, when I fail the fans would not know I didn’t train”.
“The coach wanted me to fail, I worked with several coaches in both Club and National teams, and when they don’t want your services they tell you, sometimes through text messages, but this coach does not have the balls to tell a player he doesn’t like”.
The forward joined Hearts Of Oak on a three-year deal last year August but had the contract terminated due to limited playing time.