This is what the Continental club masters are known for when it comes to football. It is the best team in Ghana currently and most of the players are still with the club. The best of the team is yet to be seen considering their performance in other matches.
The Continental club masters have wish to continue the player generation with some good legacy. Barely some few seasons ago, Hearts of Oak got their noses infront with a couple of players that became their hotspot in the team. The presence of the some key players like Afriyie Barnieh, Raddy Ovouka, Kojo Obeng Junior, Salifu Ibrahim and Richard Attah are all the players that had a some mouth watering offers to their name.
There have been a couple of players that are not enjoying their Africa opening match for the Phobians. It is a step in a right direction as a lot of players are prepared to fit in the position of this players. Not mentioning a few of them, we have Abdul Nurudeen Aziz and Kojo Obeng Junior.
The build up talks to the CAF champions league has began and Ghana premier league Champions, Accra Hearts of Oak have been drawn against Guinean outfit, Club Industriel de Kamsar in the prelims of the competition. The competition kicks in next month and Samuel Boadu, together his boys will begin preparations for the crucial clash against the Guinean side soon.
Within some good days and months now Hearts of Oak has been under great pressure which none of the teams that is willing to make an impact in Africa wants. There have been a lot of incredible offers on the table for some influential players in the team. Starting from the goalkeeping department of the Phobians their goalkeeper Richard Attah and Richmond Ayi got some offers but the club didn’t allow them to move.
The Phobians may find it difficult to keep their star players following their increasing links to international clubs. When the league began, virtually all Heart of Oak players looked average, however under the tutelage of coach Samuel Boadu, who was appointed midway into the season, several players rejuvenated into x-factors contributing to Hearts of Oak's league triumph.
Kojo Obeng is the best striker in the league which is not arguable with his performance so far-Coach Opeele
Kojo Obeng Junior is one of the longest serving players at the camp of Accra Hearts of Oak. He has done extremely well to see what he surely deserve for him and the club. He joined Hearts from three years ago and have put in much effort but have not yielded anything positive.
Hearts have shown they have enough talent to create, and unlock teams. But they must kill opponents faster. Braces from Hans Kwoffie and Kojo Obeng Jnr. This game deserved fans. One of the best this season. AshGold coach Milovan Cirkovic is already having his imprint on the team after barely a fortnight in charge. Today's selection was classic counter attacking stuff, designed to hurt Hearts on the wings. And it paid of for large portions of the game. Hearts boss Nii Odoom has a good team. The difference between
If coach Samuel Boadu can make the fans relax for his inception and would be liked by most of the players, supporters and management body, then he needs to work on some key players to be productive like Patrick Razak, Victor Aidoo, Salifu Ibrahim, Kojo Obeng Jnr.
"Hearts of Oak last minute equalizer is a complete "Kululu" and GFA has to investigate"- Sekou Nkrumah
Attendees at the Cape coast sports stadium were served with an amazing game as Abontuabontua Ebusua Dwarfs hosted league leaders, Accra Hearts of Oak. Accra Hearts of Oak entered the game favourites and were expected to wallop relegation-threatened Dwarfs with ease, however the match turned out to be one of the toughest for the Phobians this season.
After the game with Techiman Eleven Wonders and the Accra Hearts of Oak, the coach was questioned how he made it without their game changer and creator in the team.In the name of Patrick Razak, the coach stated that, “it is very bad to establish your team on some players knowing that you can miss them when needed them the most to injury”.
Thanks for clicking on this article,but before you scroll down,please click on the follow button on the top right corner.Thanks I haven't even eaten since last night- Hearts of Oak player cries out. Ghana premier league since its commencement has been quite the run. With just two round of fixtures played, Accra Great Olympics lead the league table with four(4) points. With Ghana FA officials postponing Accra Hearts of Oak's opening fixture, the team finally played their match yesterday hosting Ashgold. Apparently,
We appreciate the starboy for the team, which is Accra Hearts of Oak. The Ghana Premier League has lost the bite for a long time on the kind of players to attract supporters onto the pitch for the clubs to make money on gate fee.Enterprising winger Patrick Razak marked his return to Hearts of Oak with a man of the match performance with Ashgold SC. The 25-year-old was handed a starting berth by head coach Edward Nii Odoom in the Phobians first game of the premiership campaign. Hearts of Oak opened the scoring
Kojo Obeng was a remand prisoner for 8 years and five months prior to being delivered. His offence was bodily harm to what he claims was an armed assailant. "I didn' t feel so great, when I left Koforidua jail," Kojo Obeng says, while his eyes are experiencing issues remaining fixed. Upon his release, Kojo was thin and sick. He points to his heart as he clarifies his physical and state of mind in jail. He had been having heart issues – among different diseases – making Kojo go to and fro between the hospital
"We can do anything you want, any system, any information, and formation we can put 55 strikers on the pitch, if you don't score goals you cannot win football matches. It's as simple as that," he said within their sports analysis. Hearts of Oak's forward players have the perfect chance to prove their coach wrong, as they face fellow strugglers Aduana Stars away on Wednesday. Aduana Stars had far less possession than Hearts of Oak, but Yahaya Mohammed and Prince Acquah were clinical whereas Patrick Razak and
Hearts of Oak has declared Accra theirs, and have promised that Ashgold will taste defeat when they meet on Tuesday,24th November. The glorious club were stopped from playing their first match on Saturday against Aduana Stars an issue that infuriated their fans. Their match was called off at the eleventh hour when the team had reached Dormaa. Speaking to some of the players, they claim that all the goals they would have scored against Aduana will be added to that of Ashgold. It appears they are geared up for
Kojo Obeng Jnr promise to score Aduana. Accra Hearts of Oak star striker, Kojo Obeng Junior has promised to deliver his part on the field of play. The player who recently put pen to paper for the glorious club said he has been training on his scoring ability and improving on it. When football was not in session, he personally does his training just to ensure that he keeps in shape. He said he is happy that football is resuming and it will give him the opportunity to express what he is capable of doing. He said;
Phobia Fan Zone writes on how fans shoukd remain calm on the performance of Kojo Obeng Jnr. They wrote "Kojo Obeng Jnr scored two goals in our first game against Obuasi AshantiGoldSC on Tuesday Night Football. I will urge all our supporters to Calm down on the young Chap. He is improving on his game bit by bit, we all know his worth. Let's rally behind them and give them the needed encouragement. Bashing them is not always the solution. If the player didn't perform well, it doesn't mean we should call for him
what can be classified as their worst performance, the glorious club relinquished the 3 points at stake to remain in the bottom 8 of the logs. Contrary to their performance in their first match you could see a less improved Hearts of Oak. Very scatered and purposeless in all department. The midfield did not click as expected, with the dominance of Inter Allies all over. Inter Allies ensured that they controlled major portion of the game. The front performance of the man who played his first league game in
Accra Hearts of Oak leapfrogged rivals Asante Kotoko to go top of the Ghana Premier League after a hard fought win over Techiman XI Wonders. In form forward, Kojo Obeng Jnr scored the only goal of the game when he took advantage of a defensive mix up to finish neatly past the Wonders goalkeeper.