Hearts of Oak’s physiotherapist Commey Botsie has accused the players for not reporting their injuries to his department on time.
The Phobians stand depleted without majority of their influential players with nine games to the end of the domestic season.
Players such as Obed Ansah, Kenneth Okoro, Romeo Agban and Gilbert Fiamnyo are all struggling with various fitness issues.
The surging injury situation has been a major concern to board members of the club.
And the head of the club’s physiotherapy department, Commey Botsie has blamed the players for not reporting injuries on time in order to be administered the right treatment.
“When the players get injured they don’t come for assessment and directives from us,”
“They rather go out to seek alternative treatment and only return to us when it gets worse.”
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