Accra,- Samuel Boadu, Head Coach of Accra Hearts of Oak has stated that they are gradually finding their rhythm in the ongoing Ghana Premier League (GPL) after beating Techiman Eleven Wonders 4-1 at the Accra Sports Stadium last Sunday.

The Phobians despite their difficult start to the season which even saw the languish bottom on the league table at some point, are now placed sixth on the league table having recorded some positive results mid-way through the first round.

The Phobians have only lost once in their past eight league games, and yesterday’s 4-1 scoreline against Eleven Wonders demonstrated how rampant the team had become over the past few matches.

Speaking in a post-match interview after their big win, Coach Boadu expressed delight about winning at the Accra Sports Stadium for the first time in the league this season has had some disappointing results earlier in the season at the same venue.

According to the highly experienced coach, he motivated his players to break the jinx of not winning at the Accra Sports Stadium and the players heeded as they thumped their opponents having capitalized on the numerous opportunities that came their way.

Coach Boadu added that these recent results would help find their rhythm as they look to climb up further the table with much more improved results in upcoming matches.

The coach noted that the team had improved on its prolificacy in the final third after working on it in the training grounds and also wants to improve in other aspects of the team’s play.

Hearts would be on the road next week as they lock horns against Karela United at the CAM Park in Aiyinase next Sunday.

Source: Ghana News Agency

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