The Phobians have landed safely in the capital of the Central region as they seek to fine tune ahead of the new Ghana Premier League season
Hearts of Oak left Accra on Wednesday for Cape Coast as they embark on a pre-season tour in the central region ahead of the 2020-21 Ghana Premier League season, AshesGyamera.com understands.
The Phobians, who are hoping to end their run without a major trophy since lifting the league title in 2009 were led by interim head coach Edward Odoom with the able assistant from newly appointed technical director Carlos Manuel Vaz Pinto.
According to our sources, Hearts will spend fourteen days in Cape Coast and its surroundings and will play series of friendly games as the technical team assess both new and old players.
Notable among the contingent that made the trip were defender Nuru Sulley and winger Patrick Razak, who returned to the club after a short stint outside the country as well as goalkeeper Richmond Ayi and star striker Abednego Tetteh.
Hearts will kick off the season with an away fixture against sworn rivals Aduana Stars at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park in Dormaa Ahenkro on November 15.