Hearts of Oak legend, Daniel Ziem Quaye has expressed confidence that his former club will bounce back winning ways.
The Phobians started the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League season on a jerky note having gone four matches without a win. The Phobians were held to a goalless draw by Legon Cities FC at the Accra Sports Stadium in week one before producing a 1-1 draw at the Sogakope Park in the second week against West Africa Football Academy. They produced the same score line as that of WAFA at home to two time Ghana Premier League champions, Aduana Stars at Accra Sports Stadium in the third week. Hearts of Oak fell to AshantiGold 2-0 in the fourth week at the Len Clay Stadium in Obuasi much to the shock of the Phobian fans. The millennium champions have thus collected only three points from four matches but Dan Quaye believes they club will soon return to winning ways.
“The league is young so I believe things will change for Hearts of Oak,” Quaye told reporters. “Even last season, the team did not start well but they ended up winning the Ghana Premier League. “I know a team that started well and were on top of the table last season but at the end of the campaign Hearts of Oak overtook them and won the league. “I believe they are getting the match fitness after the defeat to WAC of Morocco. The league started not long ago and I trust the confidence level of the players will improve going forward. “So, the advice I will give to the fans is to exercise patience with the team and I believe things will change.” Dan Qauye said.
Dan Quaye won the 2000 CAF Champions League, the 2001 CAF Super Cup and the 2004 CAF Confederation Cup with Hearts of Oak in career spanning almost a decade. Hearts of Oak have a CAF Confederation Cup tie against Algeria club, Jeunesse Sportive de Saoura with the first leg on Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium and the second leg in Algeria a week after the first leg.
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