Saturday Nov 20, 2021. 16:00
Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu has asked for patience from the club’s supporters following their poor start to the 2021-22 season.
The reigning Ghana Premier League champions have failed to win any of their opening three matches in defence of their title, while on the continental front they were dumped out of the CAF Champions League by Wydad Casablanca 2-6 on aggregate.
Critics and supporters have come down hard on the Phobians’ playing squad, and in particular coach Boadu.
However, the tactician insists that they will find their way back to winning ways and has asked for the supporters’ backing as they look to regain form.
“I know we have had a poor start of the season but myself and the playing body are determined to turn things around for the club,” Boadu said, as quoted by Football Ghana.
“At this time, what we need is the support of the supporters because I know with them, we can do all things because we are Hearts of Oak.
“The management and the board are all helping to ensure we get the results and I know things will change soon for us.
“I thank the supporters for their backing and I am sure we will make them proud, ” he concluded.
Hearts will face AshantiGold away from home in the GPL on Sunday 21 November, while their next CAF assignment is the first leg of their Confederation Cup playoff round at home to JS Saoura next weekend.