Coach Kosta Papic led the rainbow club to record their first victory of the ongoing season in the Ghana Premier League as they were able to put three goals pass Dawu side Dreams FC yesterday at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Although, they won by an emphatic scoreline, Kosta Papic was quick to reveal that his team are struggling to organise themselves the way that he wants but with that said bagging all the maximum points was very important as it's gives his players confidence.
"We are struggling to organise ourselves the way that I want but at least we got the three points which is very important that things are coming right and the players are also getting the confidence" said Kosta Papic.
This was his first official game on the touchline as gaffer for the club after taking over the reigns from Nii Odoom but his second game after taking over.
The phobians produced great performance across the field as striker Kwadwo Obeng Jnr scored the opener which took his goal scoring tally in this year's league to three out of four games played so far whiles Michelle Sarpong got a brace for the Oak family.
Hearts now sits right on the table with Five points and six points behind the leader on the log.
They will travel to Dormaa on Wednesday to square off with the "Oga" boys Aduana Stars in their matchday one outstanding game.
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