Hearts of Oak has done well to put things in place to ensure that they are very prepared to play against CI de Kamsar. The preparation will help the Phobians a lot in the upcoming away game with the Guineans in the CAF champions league.
This has been the normal but different call up by coach Samuel Boadu. In their match against Adabraka Elders yesterday he played, Ben Mensah, Larry Somaila, William Denkyi, Mohammed Alhassan. Robert Addo Sowah, Caleb Amankwah, Salifu Ibrahim, Frederick Ansah Botchwey, Isaac Mensah, Gladson Awako and Agyenim Boateng as the starting eleven.
This can be the provisional lineup whenever the team is in any crisis. This time due to the international break, the players was called to their various national teams. The substitute were not different from the usual one except the new players that channel their way to experience playing with Phobia.
Robert Addo Sowah went out for James Sewornu, Awako out for Seidu Suraj, Ansah Botchwey out for Salim Adams, Agyenim Boateng out Enoch Asubonteng in, Isaac Mensah out Patrick Razak in, Caleb Amankwah out for Franklin Owusu, Salifu Ibrahim substituted by Kofi Kordzi and Emmanuel Nettey came of for Razak Ali.
These are the players that won the game for the Phobians yesterday at the St. Thomas Acquainas Park. But coach Samuel Boadu will lineup to face another fearsome side in Inter Allies before they move on to play Togolese side.
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