Hearts of Oak in their crucial encounters this year have always been different on the field coming from the dressing room. Hearts have all it takes to make the best in the CAF Champions League which will get a lot of people talking.
In the league match against Kumasi Asante Kotoko, the Phobians placed the same flower at the back of their ears to demonstrate their colours. From a reliable source we know that the rainbow colours come with a lot demands because all sort of colours are in the rainbow which makes it worth celebrating.
In all their typical derby, rivalry and special matches that will be going worldwide, the team and the management has decided to do that to symbolise love and peace. But sounds different to a number of people who are not in one accord with the dress code.
From the PRO of the club, he stated “ We intentionally put on the flowers in other to trend in Africa for a long time been our first match” Kwame Opare Addo on Asempa FM 94.7.
This is Hearts of Oak and they can do everything possible to the opponent to feel uncomfortable. This will be a sign to resonate what they did to Kotoko in the Ghana Premier League. Hearts of Oak will always look forward to think of how they made it to the top of the league and represented Ghana in Africa.
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