Former player of Accra Hearts of Oak and a member of the 64 Battalions that won the CAF Champions League and the super cup in the year 2000, Charles Allotey, has disclosed he nearly lost his life for the love he had for the team.
The former player said he nearly lost his life during the continental club masters for a match they played against the Senegalese club.
He alleged that he did not get water to drink for the whole 90mintnues and fainted after the game.
He was speaking on Rainbow Sports in an interview with Wallace Worlanyo.
He said if you work hard like this for the club you love most and do not get paid is very painful and will never stop talking until Heart Of Oak pays him his $25,000 the team owned him.
Meanwhile, he has said most of the former players don’t pray for the club, and that is part of the reason why the club is not performing well in Africa.
He added that the running of the club does not depend on Nii Ayi Bontey and Harry Zakoo, but they are just management members.
Charles Allotey continued to fume that as a former player, is not having even a car of his own when going out unless he takes a passenger car.
By: Andrews Kwabena Gyasi/Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana