Former Hearts of Oak midfielder Ablade Kumah admits the team’s recent uninspiring form is hurting the club’s reputation.
The former African champions are currently 12th on the league table with two matches to the end of the first round. Hearts now play with little conviction and struggle to win matches.
“It’s painful to watch Hearts play these days,” Kumah told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“Sometimes it really hurts me to see them play but I guess that’s how football is. Despite concerns about Hearts’ form, they are through to the penultimate round of the CAF Confederation Cup.
They travel to Bamako to play Malian side Djoliba this weekend.