Accra Hearts of Oak midfielder, Mustapha Essuman is of the view that changing of coaches within the club should not be used as an excuse for missing out on the Ghana Premier League title.
The Phobians were led by Japanese trainer Kenichi Yatsuhashi for the first half of the season where they were one point behind Wa All Stars.
Yatsuhashi and the club mutually parted ways and was replaced with Portuguese manager Sergio Traguil but was eventually demoted to the U-20 team and was replaced by Yaw Preko.
Speaking to the media, Essuman said, “It happens all over the world that coaches are changed sometimes. It’s up to the players to tune up his mind for any coach that comes.
“I don’t think the changes in coaches affected our season.”
Essuman was Hearts of Oak’s most capped player this season, playing in all 30 league matches.