Soccer News of Tuesday, 23 August 2016
Hearts goalkeeper Soulama Abdoulaye insists his side have not given up hope of clinching their first Premier League crown in seven years.
The Phobians are still in the race for the crown despite their purple patchy performances in recent weeks.
Hearts are without a win in their last three games and could only manage a 1-1 stalemate with relegation candidate Inter Allies last Sunday.
But veteran goalkeeper Soulama Abdoulaye insists the race is far from over
“We should have finished the league a long time but what God proposes, you can never change,” he told Class FM
“I think we have not lost everything and we have four matches to go and we will continue fighting.”
Hearts are third on the table with 42 points, just three point adrift of leaders Wa All Stars with four games remaining.