Sports News of Tuesday, 28 February 2017
Aduana Stars Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Albert Commey says he is optimistic of his side’s win against Hearts of Oak.
The Dormaa giants will hosts the Accra giants on match day five of the ongoing 2017 Ghana Premier League at the Dormaa Prak on Sunday.
The Dormaa Park has been a fortress ground for certain clubs but not Hearts of Oak – the Phobians for the past three-seasons are yet to lose a game to Commey’s side at the Dormaa.
But the former Public Relation Officer (PRO) of Hearts of Oak says this time his former side will not survive.
“Hearts of Oak feel too comfortable at Aduana, they go there and sometime draw, this time they must fall and if they have to fall then we have to do a lot of work,” Commey told Sportscrusader.com.
“Hearts of Oak is a very great team, team with character, team with history and team with tradition but they will be playing a very determined Aduana side to go on to make sure that they change that perception that Aduana Stars and Hearts of Oak are in bed and it affects even patronage but we have to put that one aside.”
“We have a lot of respect for Hearts of Oak but on the field of play they will not have it easy.”
Aduana Stars are joint top with Kotoko on the log sheet with 10 points, while Hearts of Oak are third with 6 points