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What shows that Hearts of Oak have learnt from their lessons with WAC- Opoku Afriyie P Kay

The Continental club masters made a decision to travel with their Algerian counterparts that was defeated on Sunday by 2-0, at the Accra Sports Stadium.

The Phobians wanted to adapt to the conditions at the country. They planned in as much as they can to manage the game for the betterment of both clubs.

The game against WAC on the North African soil deceived the team more than they were expecting. The team now seems to have learnt their lessons but nothing show with the way they doing their things.

The weather acclimatisation itself is a whole topic to be discussed another day. They are the only club that have been left in the competition for Ghana.

All eyes should be on the team to do much for the supporters and sympathisers. Hearts of Oak and the management team should be up and doing.

After the game and even before they played JS Saoura of Algeria, they made it clear from their coach Samuel Boadu “ We have work very hard and have learnt from our lessons against WAC. So we are going to utilise it against the Saoura team in our return leg”.

For the Phobians to score more goals, they refused and squandered most of the chances that came their way.

Knowing perfectly that, they need some more goals to get the club in the proper qualification position.

That will prevent any home intimidation from the players and get the best scoreline away. The qualification process have not been easy for the Ghanaian clubs for sometime now.

But this is a club without any Champions League record but Hearts on the other hand have tried everything possible to get them the requisite legacy and rich history in Africa.

The players and management must manage to get the team some jackets and gloves to keep them warm.

The weather condition at the North particularly Algeria is 14 degrees Celsius which is very cold in the winter. For the team to get a safe flight, then they’ll pass through Turkey and finally arrive at Algeria Basal.

But the team can decide to make matters worse by given them transit by bus which will take them 11-15 hours on the road.

In CAF rules, any travel that is more than 2 hours, you can demand for a flight and it’s accepted.

If this team have learnt something from what happened to them some weeks ago, then they must be serious how they are going into this journey.

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