Former Hearts of Oak striker Awudu Adama says the decision to go to Libya for preseason games will do the players a million good.
The troubled Accra-based club have lined up two friendly games against Ittihad Tripoli and Tehaa Sports – both teams in the Libyan top-flight
The games will form part of the teams pre-season games ahead of the 2015/2016 games.
‘Going abroad for games is good news to hear because we hear the foreign clubs do so all the time,’ Adama told GHANAsoccernet.com
‘I think that this will lift the players mentally and it will do the team a million of good things ahead of the season.’
‘There are alot things that have been said but I think that lets give the new coach a chance and see how he performs.’
Hearts of Oak finished a lowly 13th in the just ended First Capital Plus Premier League.
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