Accra Hearts of Oak have intensified their preparations ahead of the second round of the 2020/21 season.
The Phobians have been at the St. Thomas Aquinas Schoop Park in Accra fine tuning for the resumption of the second round.
Coach Samuel Boadu takes his charges through daily training schedules to keep the players in shape.
The 20-time Ghana Premier League champions have a rich squad and have also brought on board some new faces to bolster the team.
The 2000 CAF Champions League Winners have signed attacking midfielder, Ibrahim Salifu from Techiman Eleven Wonders.
They acquired the service of former Aduana Stars and WAFA defender, Caleb Amankwah to fix their defensive woes.
The Phobians also signed starlet, Lukman Abdul Basit from Madina based second division side, Alsad.
The 2004 CAF Confederation Cup winners promoted two youngsters Razak Ali and Issah Kuka from the feeder club, Auroras to groom them for the future.
Hearts of Oak have collected 27 points from the first round of games.
They lie 3rd on the league table.
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