Accra Hearts of Oak continued their pre-season exercise ahead of the 2022/23 Ghana Premier League season and the CAF Confederation Cup next season. The Phobians were at their best last two seasons where they went ahead to win the domestic treble ahead of arch rivals, Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
Premier club Accra Hearts of Oak beat Division One side Liberty Professionals 2-0 in a friendly encounter on Wednesday as they prepare for the weekend league game with Bibiani Gold Stars. Goals by Kwadjo Obeng Junior and Linda Mtange, helped the Phobians to a comfortable win over the DOL Zone Three side at the Valley View University Field, Oyibi in Accra.
Hearts of Oak gaffer, David Ocloo says Esso inclusion could have been very good for his side even though the team have equally good players for that position. Hearts of Oak yesterday, failed to qualify to the next stage of the CAF Confederation Cup competition. Late goal from Defender Caleb Amankwaa was not enough to pushed the phobians to the next stage of the competition.
Hearts of Oak gaffer David Ocloo says, Esso inclusion could have been very good for his side even though the team have equally good players for that position. Hearts of Oak yesterday, failed to qualify to the next stage of the CAF Confederation Cup competition. Late goal from defender Caleb Amankwaa was not enough to pushed the Phobians to the next stage of the competition.
Accra Hearts of Oak continue preparations for 2022/23 season. The club was scheduled to part take in GHALCA Top Six but opted to fall on the youth team for the exercise. While the youth side is busily playing in the off-season competition, the senior side of the club is also preparing fervently under the watch of head coach Samuel Boadu.
Accra Hearts Of Oak are preparing steadily for the upcoming football season in Ghana. The rainbow club is scheduled to part take in Ghana Premier League, CAF Confederation Cup and FA Cup. While looking ahead to a successful season, the club has brought on board some additions which got the approval of head coach Samuel Boadu.
Acting coach David Ocloo said Accra Hearts of Oak will be ready for the resumption of the league after their exit from the African Confederation Cup competition on Sunday. The Phobians, were eliminated from the competition by Malian side AS Real Bamako on a 3-1 aggregate after their legged affair ended yesterday.
Record winners of the FA Cup competition in Ghana, Accra Hearts of Oak, will depart the capital on Thursday ahead of their CAF Confederation Cup game in Mali at the weekend. The Phobians, will take on Real Bamako in a first round first leg encounter on Saturday afternoon in the Malian capital.
Accra Hearts of Oak resumed training today at the St Thomas Acquinas School Park after their humiliating defeat in Mali. The Phobians were at their poor selves in the CAF Confederation Cup second round qualifiers against AS Real Bamako in far away Mali last Saturday. The Phobians qualified for the CAF Confederation Cup after coming from a goal down to beat Bechem United by 2-1 at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
Asante Kotoko will start their CAF Champions League later today against Burkina Faso side, Rail Club de Kadiogo without their top striker, Franck Mbella. The first leg comes up at the Mathieu Kerekou Stadium at 4:00pm with the reverse fixture set for the Baba Yara Stadium a week later.
Glorious Accra Hearts of Oak has appointed Slavko Matic as new head coach, replacing Samuel Boadu who was sacked a couple of weeks ago. The 46-year old former defender, has signed a two-year deal with the Phobians, and he will be in charge for the reminder of the season.
Accra Hearts of Oak's CAF Confederation Cup game with AS Real Bamako of Mali, is set to be shown live on television worldwide this weekend. The Phobians will host Real Bamako in a second preliminary round second leg encounter at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday. Kick-off time for this meeting, has been fixed at 3:00pm local time in the Ghanaian capital , and would be broadcast live on Ghana television channel GTV Sports+.
Deputy coach of Hearts of Oak, David Ocloo says the players at the club only need a change of mind to perform at the top level. The Phobians exited the CAF Confederation Cup despite beating Malian club, AS Real Bamako 1-0 in the second leg CAF Confederation playoffs.
The Team Is Set To Bring Dignity To Ghana In Mali, According To Accra Hearts Of Oak's Caleb Amankwah
Caleb Amankwah, a defender for Hearts of Oak, has stated that the team is ready to represent Ghana with pride in the CAF Confederations Cup. The former dependable centre-back for West Africa Football Academy (WAFA) and Aduana Stars has one goal to his credit in the BetPawa Premier League.
Accra Hearts of Oak were trounced 3:0 by AS Real Bamako in the first leg of the second preliminary round of the 2022/2023 CAF Confederation Cup at the Stade du 26 Mars de Bamako. The Malians ran wild at Stade 26 Mars that day, punishing the Phobians for their poor start.
New head coach of Hearts of Oak, Slavko Matic says he is at the club to win domestic and continental laurels. The 46-year-old has been appointed to replace the departed coach Samuel Boadu who guided the club to a domestic treble last two seasons. They participated in the CAF Champions League but they exited at the second stage after suffering a heavy defeat against eventual winners, Wydad Athletic Club.
Isaac Tetteh, a former Board Member of Accra Hearts of Oak and the bankroller and owner of Uncle T Stars, has revealed that the current management team is to blame for the club's misfortunes. In the first leg of the second preliminary round of the CAF Confederations Cup at the Stade 36 Mars, Hearts of Oak were humiliatingly humiliated by the Malian side Real Bamako.
Accra Hearts of Oak through Caleb Amankwa scored 1-0 on the 89th minute against Real Bamako in the second leg of the CAF Confederation Cup at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday. The Phobians had suffered a 3-0 loss against the Malian club in the first leg in Bamako last week with the reverse played at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Accra Hearts of Oak finally have an opponent to engage in 2022/23 CAF Confederation Cup. The Ghanaian representative in CAF inter club competition is set to play Malian club AS Real Bamako in the second preliminary round of the competition. First leg takes place between 7-9 October, 2022, with the reverse fixture happening between 14-16 October 2022.
Ghana FA Cup Lord's, Accra Hearts of Oak will face Malian side AS Real Bamako in the second preliminary round qualifier next month. The fixture has been confirmed to come off in a two-legged affair with AS Real Bamako hosting the first leg, with Accra Hearts of Oak set to stage the return leg in Ghana.