The players Hearts of Oak purchased have always been in a better position to start the game for them.
The issue for the contract has once been the problem and nothing looks that better for the club and the players. With the way we expected the Phobia team to manage their affairs with the team, it looks very better for them.
The Matchday 5 for the Phobians will come off as they come face to face with Elmina Sharks. The Heart of Oak team has gathered all the points they need to get the job done very easily.
The three points looks likely to go the way of the Phobians and continue their squad depth for the match. It looks that the favourite of the players are gradually coming back with their motivation from injury.
The 20 man squad by coach Samuel Boadu and his technical bench added Obeng Junior and Gladson Awako. The team looks positive and serious to this extent and making it progressively great from now to win the rest of the matches.
Elmina Sharks looks promising but can’t handle the frontlines of the Phobians attack. The clear indication shows that, the team lacks striking direction.
The third half of the pitch has always been the problem with the way the strikers have been missing chances upon chances.
This is the real deal to know how the goals will be coming, and with the way we’ve seen Awako and Obeng Junior in the past nothing can go wrong. The striker that got the team the most goals last season and with the way they have started their matches badly.
The incoming players will just have a lot of strength and push through to get the team to its proper position.
To whom much is given much is expected and Hearts have not received enough from their players already.
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