Hearts of Oak fans have not been happy with results and player selection as a whole but club coach, Samuel Boadu has different ideas.
The young trainer has stated that every member of his squad has the ability to deliver to his utmost when called to duty. The Phobians managed a goalless draw against Real Tamale United at the Aliu Mahama Stadium with a numerical disadvantage when central defender, Caleb Amankwah was shown a second yellow and an eventual marching off orders. The final first round game saw the millennium champions add a point to their accumulation but will drop a notch down to 8th with 24 points from 16 games.
Samuel Boadu said:”It was a very nice game, you could see that people were saying that Hearts of Oak without a central defenders we cannot play. “But I believe my boys and already I said that I’m building [an] all round team, if we don’t have Kwaku, Kwame is there. “So this shows that the players out there can also bring their best.” Samuel Boadu told StarTimes. Hearts of Oak will shift focus to their week seven outstanding game against rivals, Asante Kotoko on Sunday, February 20 at Accra Sports Stadium.
They face an in form Kotoko who have Cameroonian import, Franck Etouga scoring at ease with 8 goals to so far under his belt. Hearts of Oak have scored just a single goal in their last four games which could be a cause of worry for coach Samuel Boadu. Hearts of Oak striker, Kofi Kordzi has scored six times with Kwadwo Obeng Junior and Isaac Mensah out of the top 10 rankings on the scorers chart.
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