Sports News of Tuesday, 11 July 2017
Hearts of Oak coach Frank Nuttall is confident of his side’s chances of lifting this season’s Ghana Premier League title despite their recent poor form.
Hearts have gone two games without a win in the ongoing Ghana Premier League including last Sunday’s 1-0 defeat at Bechem United.
The Phobians chances of winning their first league title in nine years looks gloomy after the defeat to the Hunters on Sunday, but coach Nuttall is refusing to throw in towel yet by claiming that they could still end the season as champions despite their recent slump in form.
“We are definitely still in the title race. We still have our fighting spirit and we played well away from home,” he said.
But for an individual mistake who knows what the result would’ve been. So we live to fight another day.”
Hearts of Oak dropped to 4th on the log but will hope to get their dream back on track when they host Berekum Chelsea on Wednesday.