Hearts of Oak coach Herbert Addo insists he is not concerned by the possible threat of Olympique de Ngor ahead of their CAF Confederations Cup clash on Sunday .
The Phobians are hosting the unknown Senegalse side in the first leg of their second preliminary round in Africa’s second tier competition.
Hearts have failed to impress in the domestic league but managed to qualify for the second preliminary round of the CAF Confederations Cup with a 1-0 aggregate win over AS Police from Benin.
The Accra-based side are hoping to secure a resounding result in the first leg match to take the fight out of the Senegalese side ahead of their home return encounter.
But coach Herbert Addo says he is only focused on his team and is least bothered by the prospects of his Sunday’s opponent.
“For me personally, I do my own thing and if the players comply, I know we cannot go wrong,” he said.
“The supporters are expecting a win and I hope they come and witness a different attitude.
“The supporters need to come to give the players an injection to help the team get the win.”
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