The CAF Champions league have seen a lot glory days in Hearts of Oak in the early 2000-2006. Hearts of Oak took some incredible players to dominate the game in Africa and the whole country by storm.
It was an unprecedented moment for the players to continue their wish as they are comparing those days to this days. The CAF Champions League have gone ones in the way of Accra Hearts of Oak and have taken the CAF Confederations Cup ones.
The historic team is coming to face a new and upcoming team that has been talking all the time. Kamsar is a team from Guinea that have just got some nerves to fight with the local league and came second on the log.
Hearts of Oak is a team that is compact and relevant in all parts with an additional set up. Hearts of Oak is still in the news looking at the display of the plays this last season till date. The victory against Kamsar was one of the lots that most teams will famble with it.
Coach Samuel Boadu has been outstanding indeed and didn’t play as a beginner in Africa. Looking at the rate of player’s performance and coaches tactical changes was the magic of the day.
Finally, we all saw the stunner that was just like a flash and beat every player on the pitch including the goalkeeper in the poles. The player has really warmed himself to replace Benjamin Afutu Kotey in the holding play and linking to the attacker with goal scoring opportunities to his play.
We appreciate the style and confidant of the players to continue and make the team winning like this in all matches for the trophy.
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