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Hearts coach Samuel Boadu confident results will get better soon

Hearts of Oak boss Samuel Boadu insists that there will be a change for his team from Match Day 4 after picking a second draw of the season against WAFA in Sogakope. Hearts of Oak’s Match Day 4 game will be against Ashanti Gold at Obuasi.

The game ended 1-1 with goals from Kofi Kordzi and WAFA’s Sampson Agyekum.

Both teams are without a win after Match Day 2. WAFA lost their season opener to Alhaji Grusah’s King Faisal with Hearts of Oak drawing 0-0 with Legon Cities.

Samuel Boadu, the coach who led Hearts of Oak to lift the title last season insists that things will change from their fourth game.

“There was a little mistake we need to correct. The goal that we conceded, from dugout I can see that it was a misunderstanding or miscommunication that cause us for them to cancel our lead. He said.

Talking about the performance ahead of their next games Boadu emphasized, “There’s no pressure on my team. Not at all. For me, I know myself, maybe from the fourth match going things will change. When Hearts of Oak start picking up is unstoppable.” He added.

Hearts of Oak’s next game will be against Aduana Stars in Accra whiles WAFA takes on RTU in Week 3 at the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium in Tamale.

Credit: Ghanasportspage

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