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players should motivate themselves – Yahaya Mohammed to Hearts Of Oak

players should motivate themselves – Yahaya Mohammed to Hearts Of Oak

Legendary Ghanaian forward Yahaya Mohammed, who last weekend, his lone goal against Legon Cities ensured Aduana stars runned away with all three maximum points from the Accra sports stadium in the GPL matchday 5, talks about Hearts Of Oak ahead of their super clash with Js Saoura in the riverse fixture of the Caf confederation cup.

Hearts Of Oak were 2-0 victors over their Algerian counterpart Saoura last sunday at the Accra sports stadium, courtesy goals from Salifu Ibrahim and Isaac Agyenim Boateng in both halves.

The second leg is slated on sunday December 5th 2021, which understands the Ghanaian giant, jet off, begun their trip to the northen side of africa on wednesday morning.

Evidence of what transpired last when the Phobians were demolished by wydad club Athletic in a return fixture of the Caf champions league, veteran striker Yahaya Mohammed offers the Phobians a spring of advice in their quest to qualify to the group stage of the Caf confederation cup facing Js Saoura in Algeria.

Speaking in an interview with happy fm ahead of the game, the striker said the players are capable to qualify and this is the time for them to make history.

”I have confidence in the players, because they can qualify, they should play above themselves this time ” he said

”Two goals advantage is good so if they want to make a name, this is the time:

“The players should motivate themselves and management should also do their part by motivating the players”. He told happy fm.

Hearts Of Oak, despite their triumph over Saoura in the first leg, are yet to win a game in the GPL after four round of matches in the ongoing 2021/22 season.

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