The Phobians boss has revealed that his side lost to the Ogya Boys because they were not prepared for the outstanding fixture
Hearts of Oak coach Kosta Papic has insisted that they lost to Aduana Stars in the Ghana Premier League matchday outstanding fixture on Wednesday because they were not physically and mentally ready for the game.
The Phobians headed into the game on the back of a victory over Ebusua Dwarfs and were hoping to make it two wins in a row. However two goals from Yahaya Mohammed and Prince Acquah dealt them a big blow.
“We were not ready for this match obviously. I mean the players,” Papic said after the game.
“We were a liittle bit better in the second half, but that is not enough. Missing so many chances, missing the penalty is not giving us the chance to win the match today.”
“Like I said before the match, it is going to be upside down, one match you win, one match you lose. Until we start to be stable. Time is not there but this will come,” he added.
Hearts, after five games have picked five points and lost two games.