Hearts of Oak is an institutional club with a lot of legacy down and up the league to make sure that their name stay on top of the Ghana Football. The Premier League has come into good times for the Phobians to have their good times now.
The 64 battalions of the club, which is the players of the team by the time Hearts of Oak won trophies upon trophies to keep them in the lead. The die hard players like Egya Tetteh, Amankwah Mireku, Don Bortey, Charles Taylor et al has all spoke into the teams league title chase.
They serve as advisory team for the players from now and then, to intervene for the board and the supporters to make the players very direct and focus on the pitch. If the players are able to do this, then it will be in the right way to get the league title very easily.
Why will Berekum Chelsea be able to break the league Champions from their winning run. The weakness of Berekum Chelsea is from the part of the supporters and the records of the team recently is very bad as compared to Hearts of Oak, who is on top of the league.
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