Hearts of Oak has played a lot of matches in their pre-season preparation for next season and Africa tournament as well. It is very good for the Phobians to get their first exposure in the league by winning massively over CI Kamsar.
Hearts of Oak registered a good number of players but still needs the services of Benjamin Afutu to secure the defensive midfielder role.
Salim Adams came on as a substitute but did what is expected of him as a good player by all standard. The Phobians pulled all their support for the team by ensuring that they win all the three points.
The absence of Benjamin Afutu was felt which became the hearts beat of all the players. And some of the supporters even figured it out.
With a lot of hopes in the team coach Samuel Boadu still insists the team would be compact if Afutu rejoin the team to participate in the Africa.
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