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Hearts of Oak arch rivals Asante Kotoko deserves a better pre-season

Why is mediocrity becoming the talk in town. With regards to one beat outstanding and unprecedented way of coming out from their shells to show the team a different level.

Hearts of Oak has played much emphasis on the players training outside the Continent.

Let’s know why the Phobians are trailing Kotoko to be mediocre.

The mediocrity principle is the philosophical notion that "if an item is drawn at random from one of several sets or categories, it's likelier to come from the most numerous category than from any one of the less numerous categories".

The fans and lovers of Accra Hearts of Oak team wish to see a better competition from their arch rivals.

The more and tougher competition will be the bigger stages we see them flourishing.

Upon all the talks in Ghana and the elegant dressing of the players to leave the shores of Ghana, the Kotoko team ends up training at a futile pitch which doesn’t qualify as a pitch in Ghana.

The Phobians started trailing the Kotoko team all this time because of the kind of behaviours they portray.

Kotoko seems to be doing big things but in actual sense, this is what the wise man will say “outside gentility home cry”.

What ever the team is showing outside is not the same as what they are given to their team. Going outside means they can fend for themselves whether bad or good times.

But the first training session that we saw never seems to be that impressive from the club.

The Pobiman project which Hearts of Oak has started is far better than the Dubai pitch which they are training on.

A fan made an exciting comment which kept many people laughing “Go to Dubai and come back easing yourself in bushes”.

This is not something we have to condone but quiet hilarious for us to cope. We want to see more trips coming from most of this premier league clubs in the coming years.

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