Soccer News of Monday, 1 February 2016
Captain of Accra Hearts of Oak, Robin Gnagne says he will do his best to leave a legacy like his predecessors.
The Ivorian international who was part of the impartation match, though he played in the first game against Ifeanyi Ubah fc at the Accra sports stadium on Sunday, said he was overwhelmed by the support given to the combined team of the CAFChampions League, Super Cup and Confederations Cup winning squads.
“I have read and heard about them, but never met any of them until Sunday. And looking the way the fans went about it, especially with the support and all that I know their achievements are embedded in the hearts of the fans”.
According to him, he will like for the same thing to be done to him one day when he is no more with the Club. “Its good to feel loved by the fans and all who matter in a club and I want to be celebrated like this one day”, Robin Gnagne mentioned in chat with sportscrusader.com.
“So far, I have not won anything meaningful for the Club as a captain and we are looking to change that in the coming season”, he added.