Accra Hearts of Oak Soccer Club's management Board has praised their players' morale ahead of their Ghana Premier League match day 19 fixture.
The Capital-based side's camp is buzzing with new energy as they prepare for their weekend match against Ashanti Gold SC in Obuasi on Saturday.
The team's management has raised their match-winning incentives in order to maintain their current form.
The latest winning bonus structure is GHC 800,000 for home matches and GHC 100,000 for away wins.
This new increment is not just a reflection of their outstanding performance in previous games this season, but also a motivation for their games ahead in the league.
Management is positive that the men will maintain their form or even better up and rise up to new challenges as they make their way up the league table. Hearts of Oak SC is currently in fourth place with 23 points.
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