Hearts of Oak defender Samuel Inkoom has apologised to the club's fans following their disappointing last season.
The Phobians were on the verge of demotion from the top flight but were saved by virtue of favourable results on the last day of the season.
While failing to win any of their last five matches, the 2020/21 champions settled for a 12th-place finish with 46 points under interim coach David Ocloo.
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However, the former Black Stars right-back has apologised to the fans and urged them to continue supporting the club as the new season approaches.
“I will just say that the playing body didn't do what we are supposed to do to make the fans happy that is why now every fan is mad at us. They have every right,” he told Citi TV.
“I will apologise on behalf of the team. They should forgive us but I want to tell them that the team is for them whether they like it or not,” he added.
Hearts of Oak will be looking to bounce back as the new season approaches. They are however expected to appoint a substantive coach before the season commences.
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