Enoch Asubonteng says Hearts Champions League victory over CI Kamsar has increased the confidence of the team. Even more among the Phobians ahead of their champions league fixture against Wydad Athletic club of Morocco.
is one of the new players recruited to augment the squad for Hearts in the CAF Champions League and the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League campaign.
“I think we can draw a lot of confidence from the Kamsar game” Enoch Asubonteng.
The talented player is coming from the Volta Region to survive in the Greater Accra Region, knowing particularly that their performance there is different from that of the Hearts of Oak team.
They are a well developed club at Sogakope with the academy name WAFA SC been a club that nurtures the young players that want to get a bright future and participate in the world of football.
The World at large has got more promising interest in these players moving to Anderlecht and other parts of the world to compete in the top teams.
Now they have their products spread through all the clubs in Ghana making it a little bit difficult for the team to play against these opponents.
There have been generation upon generation where the younger have tried their possible best to make ends meet by qualifying from their usual academy and making it big.
The game changers in the Kamsar game were the three players that came in at the die minutes of the game to give the club a successful three points win over their opponent.
The 18 years old boy is now a professional and can sign a contract for his future but Hearts of Oak is looking ahead to build a consistent team that will be a generational development and won’t fade out anytime soon.
Asubonteng is one of the talent the team will be built around when the senior players are worning out of shape.
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