Accra Hearts of Oak have been in the news in past weeks for the right reasons and that is transfer of players.
The Phobians have been in the news for the wrong reasons in the past following the exit of some key players on a free. Some players had their contracts expired with others asking to leave due to poor treatment by the club. Hearts of Oak have seen their form rise in the past few weeks with some breathtaking performances lately. They recorded six goals in their last two premier league games against Accra Lions and Dreams FC. The Phobians defeated their city rivals, Accra Lions by 3-0 at the Accra Sports Stadium in week 26 - sending their fans into a frenzy.
The Phobians followed it up with a 3-1 victory against Dreams FC at the Accra Sports Stadium in week 27 to shoot their points up on the league log. The Phobians as a result of the hard work and a surge in performance, they have shot up on the league log. The 2000 CAF Champions League winners who won the treble last season, currently sit 3rd on the league log with 43 points from 27 league games.
Hearts of Oak have recently lost their key midfielder, Salim Adams to FC Cincinnati 2 of the United States of America. The move forms part of the tripartite deal signed between Hearts of Oak, FC Cincinnati and German Club, TSG Hoffenheim. The club is set to lose another young player to any of the teams mentioned but the identity of the player is yet to be revealed.
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