Emmanuel Nettey has not had the best of his season since the second half of the league started. The giant and robust midfielder has done everything possible to keep the team in the winning ways. The Inter Allies coach, did what he can this season but to no avail making his team look very ordinary for any team to play with.
The player has enjoyed some good playing time since the coming of Samuel Boadu. The midfielders to push the team are all injured, talking about Nurudeen Aziz, Mamane Lawali and Daniel Kodie. The rest of them like Manaf and Benjamin Eshun have not been impressive this second half of the season.
Hearts of Oak have one of the combative players in the midfielders in the league this season in the Ghana Premier League. If any team will be strong then the midfielders must be solid and very proactive in their matches.
Nettey made it clear that, in most cases their matches use to be difficult but God normally see us through. So this time, they are going to get their 5th straight consecutive win over Berekum Chelsea because God has done it already.
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