Hearts, Kotoko fans bare fangs at players

Abeiku Ainooson – Bore the brunt of Kotoko fans at Dansoman

Abeiku Ainooson – Bore the brunt of Kotoko fans at Dansoman

FANS of Hearts of Oak gave vent to their anger at Gilbert Fiamenyo and other players for their disappointing performance after their goalless drawn game with Inter Allies o at the Accra Sports Stadium last Sunday.

Fiamenyo, the club’s top scorer in the league with eight goals had missed two successive games due to indiscipline; he failed to deliver the goals for the Phobians as they settled for a goalless draw game extending his goal drought to 7 league games.

After the game, the irate fans of the former premier league champions vented their anger on Gilbert Fiamenyo as they rained unpalatable insults on the former Heart of Lions man.

But Fiamenyo lost his cool as he replied the fans with the same words which continued for almost two minutes but some concerned fans of the Phobians took the 24 year old attacker to his car as he was aided to escape the wrath of the irate fans crowded at the VIP car park at the Accra sports stadium

At Dansoman,players and Officials of Asante Kotoko had to battle their way out after they were held hostage by fans following their 1-3 loss to Liberty Professionals at the Dansoman Carl Reindorff Park .

They were subjected to severe verbal abuse by angry supporters.

An obviously incensed supporters of the Porcupine Warriors charged on the players after their latest defeat sparked a wave of confusion in the team.

The fans, according to reports, would not allow the team to get out of the Stadium following their disappointing performance despite persistent effort by security personnel and Police officers to prevent them.

It took the intervention of striker Ahmed Toure and midfielder Stephen Oduro to calm the irate fans at the Stadium.

The team had faced similar actions from fans and had to be conveyed in an armoured car after their Champions League elimination at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.

Kotoko is 9th on the table with just six wins, seven draws and six losses.

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