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Accra Hearts of Oak’s most experienced goalkeeper Sammy Adjei have cautioned Coach Duncan for the way he has constantly ignored him in his lineups in the Ghana Premier League.The veteran goalkeeper lauded coach David Duncan for his rotation policy in relation to goalkeeping when Duncan took over from CK Akunnor and has now made U-turn to condemn the policy.The former Black Stars No. 1 is very unhappy that the rotation policy has kept him out of favour suddenly.“What Duncan is doing is very bad, everyone was having the chance to be in the post, match by match but this time he has kept me out despite my consistent training and hardwork and I don’t understand , this shows he doesn’t respect me ” Adjei said.Hearts of Oak currently have three goalkeepers namely Adjei, Tetteh Luggard and Philemon McCarthy and at the beginning of the season it has been Luggard, who has been manning the post with the rest always on the sidelines.But sources within the Hearts fraternity reveals archivals Kotoko have shown interest in signing the experienced goalie for next season.