Former Hearts of Oak striker, Bawa Mohammed has revealed that the current ‘bad state’ of the club is giving him headache.
The Phobians have not won a major trophy since the 2008/09 league success and their numerous management issues have worsen matters.
Bawa, who joined Hearts of Oak after leaving Egyptian side Zamalek in 2006, has expressed his sadness regarding the state of his former club.
“It’s not easy. How can you even sleep when some fans and former administrators call you and discuss how bad things have become. It gives me headache all the time,” Bawa said in an interview with Footy-Ghana.com.
“You don’t really know why what is happening is happening now.
“Look at the player salary issues. During my time the salaries could delay but I was the type that never complained because I wanted to achieve something great with the team. That is not to say I endorse the pay delay.”
“Many people don’t understand football. Look it is a spiritual game and so once you have play for one club you become attached to it in many ways even when you leave. I always think about Hearts of Oak”
The former footballer – who also played for B.A United – is currently a policeman in Tamale.