Hearts of Oak have not seen the best in the CAF Champions League. But they won their first match between CI Kamsar of Guinea. With in a couple of days the GFA decided to start the local league in October.
Some other teams have started their league not forgotten, the next match Hearts of Oak will play against WAC club of Morocco. They are part of the unmentioned teams that have started their league locally.
The next ten fixture for Hearts of Oak in the GPL is between the top teams in the just ended season. This is going to be one of the toughest arrangements and match management for Hearts of Oak.
They are going to meet the best teams in the Champions League and back home will be contenders for the GPL. This won’t be easy with the teams preparation ahead with the teams.
Most clubs want to be in the position of the Phobians with the kind of mileage they will get in Africa but Hearts need to get as many quality players the board can afford. It all boils down to the coach of the side Samuel Boadu.
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