The quest to reach the money zone in Africa has started for Hearts of Oak after a few days break.
The Phobians have recalled their players from a brief break with to begin preparations towards their Caf Confederation Cup third round ties.
After scaling hurdles involving Olympique de Ngor, AS Police and Djoliba, Herbert Addo is not making any predictions yet.
“It has not been easy so far but we are thankful for the ability to focus and take it a game at a time,” the gaffer tells Joy Sports .
Addo was unable to have the full complement of his team for the crucial second leg with Djoliba at the weekend due to suspension and national team commitments, but he hopes for no such breaks in two weeks.
“We travel to Tunisia in two weeks time and all we can hope for is good health for our boys. As for those with the national team, we’ll have to do without them for now.”
Hearts will be in camp from Thursday until later next week when they go to Tunis for the first leg on the weekend of May 15-17.
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