Hearts of Oak’s new player has been doing perfectly well, as if he was part of the team that made it some years ago (64 battalions). The young chap is playing like the days of Ishmael Addo, with his composure on the ball. Since the commencement of the player, everything has change from normalcy to seriousness on the part of the players.
The players have been performing very well talking about Salifu Ibrahim Di Maria and Afriyie Barnieh Costa. The two of them have been the game changers for the Phobians in times of hardship. Age is on the side of these two players as they decided to continue with the Ghana U23 side in China.
Togbe Afede XIV, stepped out in style and spoke with cash, to bring out the best in the players this season by stopping them from joining the national U23 team. The board chairman of the club told them to stay with the club, and ask for anything they need and he is ready to pay them.
This is the real case that shows that, Hearts of Oak is ever ready for any trophy that may come their way this season. The season is getting matured with the matches left, but these are the real matches that will determine the faith of the club this season.
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