The defender could not hide his frustrations after the Phobians poor start to the season continued on Friday
Hearts of Oak defender Larry Sumaila has admitted that he is frustrated by the club’s slow start to the Ghana Premier League.
The Phobians have failed to pick a win in their opening three games as they shared the spoils goalless with Karela United on Friday.
Despite the arrival of new coach Kostadian Papic to replace Edward Nii Odoom, Hearts failed to create enough chances upfront and the strikers also fluffed the half chances that came their way.
“It is very disappointing to us because we were playing home and we wished for a win but in a game of football, we have win, lose or draw so whatever comes, you go back to the drawing board and correct your mistake and you bounce back” Larry said.
“Right now, we can’t figure out where the problem is coming from. Everybody is doing his best, some are saying the up front, others too think it is the midfield and defense but we are hoping for the best,” he added.