Sports News of Sunday, 26 July 2015
Stop gap coach of Hearts of Oak, Eddie Ansah says he is disappointed with the final results in their league game against New Edubiase in Obuasi on Saturday.
“I’m very disappointed with the score line we had a lot of opportunities to win the game especially in the second half and look at the silly mistake our player[Isaac Oduro] did which resulted in Edubasie’s second goal, we have lost and our concentration will have to be on our upcoming games,” Ansah said after the game.
The Phobians succumbed to a 2-1 defeat to the Bekwasi based club on match day 24 of the ongoing First Capital Plus Bank Premier League.
Nuhu Fuseini opened the scoring for the host in the 15 minute mark but the former premier league champions pulled even 5 minutes later through Kenneth Okoro and a second half strike from Latif Anaibila sink the Phobians as they failed to respond.
The defeat means Hearts of Oak will have to fight its way out to escape relegation due to their point’s accumulation on the league log and their stop gap coach, Eddie Ansah says he is disappointed with the score line.
The Phobians on match day 25 will host their bitterest rival, Asante Kotoko at the Accra sports stadium on the 2 August, 2015.