The Phobians have experienced a tumultuous start to their second round as fan uproar against head coach Mohammed Polo increased following their 3-0 home loss to Wa All Stars.
However, the match at Aduana is being viewed by the club as an opportunity to begin a good run of results in the league, especially as several discussions have taken place to find a solution to the challenges that have arisen.
“We are travelling to Brong Ahafo with a lot of hope and expectation.
After the match against All Stars, there have been a series of meetings among the players and between the coach and the players.
Management has also met both the technical and playing bodies and a lot of ideas have been exchanged so that we can move forward positively”, said Muheeb Saeed, Public Relations Officer of Hearts of Oak.
The Phobians are expected to have Romeo Agban and Gilbert Fiamenyo back into the team from injury lay-offs and that should add some more attacking thrust to their play against the former league champions, Aduana.
Hearts are currently 4th on the league log with 27 points while Aduana are 12th on 19 points.
By: Nathan Quao/citifmonline.com/Ghana