Accra Hearts of Oak, it is an unimpeachable truth, is out of form and plays abysmally against opponents. Ever since the team was trounced by Wydad Athletic Club of Morocco, the fortunes of the team have been dwindling.
WAC exposed Hearts of Oak as the Ghanaian side could have been walloped more than the six goals they conceded that night.
Since the beginning of the league, Accra Hearts of Oak has failed to win a single match, drawn two and lost to AshGold by an unbelievable score line of 2 goals to nil.
The defeat suffered by Hearts portends doom as the team plays against JS Saoura on Sunday, November 28, 2021, in the CAF Confederations Cup.
With a leaky defensive setup, a goalkeeper who is always jittery and fails to save the easiest of balls, and midfield that has no stamina and strikers who enjoy kicking balls way off beam instead of scoring, there couldn’t have been the worst period of time for Hearts.
The name Ghana will be used by Hearts in their next African competition match and things do not look good. Danger looms large. Annihilation of Hearts by JS Saoura is a possibility.
They should show grim determination to reduce the number of goals that would enter their net because hope, much as it may spring eternal in the human breasts, lives far away from Accra Hearts of Oak. We pray against a repeated version of Kofi Nsiah on Sunday.
P.K.Sarpong, Whispers from the Corridors of the Thinking Place.