Head coach of Hearts of Oak, Samuel Boadu is confident of his side’s progression to the group phase of the CAF Confederations Cup ahead of their playoff second leg encounter against JS Saoura.

The Ghana Premier League champions recorded a comfortable 2-0 victory against the Algerian side in the first leg game staged at the Accra Sports Stadium over the weekend.

Speaking in a post-match interview after their vital scalp against the Algerian side, Coach Boadu indicated that their recent encounter against Wydad Athletic Club had taught him lessons as to how to face such opponents.

“Going into the return game, I have learnt a lot from the WAC game, so strategically we need to strategies very well for the second leg encounter. We would do our maximum best to qualify,” he said.

“I urge all Hearts fans to keep calm and this is the time we need their support. There should motivate the boys when things go wrong and at the appropriate time

He added that their win against JS Saoura would be a major morale booster to the players who have had a difficult past few weeks but says they need to do a lot of work to get more positive results.

Boadu also reiterated that their recent camping in Cape Coast did put the players in condition for the match against the Algerian side considering the serene environment.

Source: Modern Ghana

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