Former Hearts of Oak midfielder Francis Jojo Bossman has revealed that the club’s recent  trophy drought is as a result of their failure to deliver on its promises to the ex-players.

According to Bossman, the souring relationship of players before they leave the club is also another reason the club is struggling to dominate the domestic competition.

In an interview on Happy FM, Bossman who is currently plying his trade in Serbia disclosed how the club treated him before he left to join New Edubiase United.

“Hearts owed me GHC 8,000 when I was about to leave for New Edubiase.

“Despite taking the GHC 10,000 from New Edubiase as my transfer fee they never paid me my money.

“Till date some of the players that I played with are still owed by the club,” he told Happy FM.

“These players will never wish the club well or even recommend players to the team. So I urge the management team to fulfil their promises to the players”.

On the club going trophyless for almost a decade, Jojo Bossman who won the Ghana Premier League title with Hearts of Oak in 2009 said, “I feel sad Hearts have not been able to win the league for this long. We can attribute this to mismanagement and also lack of commitment and sacrifice on the part of the players”. He added.