Soccer News of Sunday, 12 July 2015
Veteran Olympics defender Dan Quaye has lashed out at Hearts of Oak striker Gilbert Fiamenyo, questioning his professionalism after the former branded fans of his club as illiterates.
Quaye, who now plays for Great Olympics, spent his colorful years as a footballer with the Rainbow club, winning league titles and a CAF Champions league trophy with the club.
Watching from afar with Hearts struggling and Fiamenyo taking on fans, Quaye says the striker will do better if he channeled his energy into improving his performance.
“I have monitored his comments towards the fans in the past week and I must say it is unsavory,” Quaye told Accra based Happy FM.
“As a player the first thing is to be on the good side of fans and I think he should know that playing for a club like Hearts of Oak is a privilege.”
“I think at the beginning of the season when he was scoring the fans applauded him so he should stop attacking them and put in effort to do well instead.”