Down But Not Out, Why Accra Hearts of Oak SC Must Not Press The Panic Button

It ended in tears with a last gasp spot kick leaving Accra Hearts of Oak winless in their last five fixtures against Asante Kotoko SC in regulation time. A thumping header from Joseph Esso was not enough for the Phobians as goals from Justice Blay and Naby Laye Keita compounded the woes of the rebuilding Phobians. The tactical nous of Maxwell Konadu came to the forefront and suffocated the perforated managerial plans of Edward Nii Odoom on the opposing dugout. Accra Hearts of Oak SC, as gallant as they fought, lost painfully and undeservedly, in front of their own fan base.

Many a phobian supporter will have to accept the exponential growth seen in the playing body after a nightmare start to the season rather than just losing at home to Asante Kotoko SC. From the near-perfect midfield combinations to their self-belief, the external attributes from the playing body defied a team in the process. A midfield combination of Ansah and Nettey hinted at yet another title-winning team whiles the Esso led attack fought gallantly till the 90th minute. With only 6 matches into the 34-week season, the woes of the club might spin around managerial changes.

It ended in tears with a last gasp spot kick leaving Accra Hearts of Oak winless in their last five fixtures against Asante Kotoko SC in regulation time. A thumping header from Joseph Esso was not enough for the Phobians as goals from Justice Blay and Naby Laye Keita compounded the woes of the rebuilding Phobians. The tactical nous of Maxwell Konadu came to the forefront and suffocated the perforated managerial plans of Edward Nii Odoom on the opposing dugout. Accra Hearts of Oak SC, as gallant as they fought, lost painfully and undeservedly, in front of their own fan base.

Many a phobian supporter will have to accept the exponential growth seen in the playing body after a nightmare start to the season rather than just losing at home to Asante Kotoko SC. From the near-perfect midfield combinations to their self-belief, the external attributes from the playing body defied a team in the process. A midfield combination of Ansah and Nettey hinted at yet another title-winning team whiles the Esso led attack fought gallantly till the 90th minute. With only 6 matches into the 34-week season, the woes of the club might spin around managerial changes.

With Daniel Afriyie showing signs of potent forward, telepathy of the youngster with Joseph Esso will certainly give options to any manager with Obeng and Kordzi nosing around. Once the striking woes of the club are solved, Accra Hearts of Oak will certainly be up there seeking for domestic glory in the tail end of the season. Is there a need for a new manager after just five games for Edward Odoom?

 

 

Source: 442 Ghana

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