The Phobians boss admits they have had a slow start to the season but believes his side will pick up very soon
Ghana Premier League champions Hearts of Oak have failed to win any of their first two games of the season but head coach Samuel Boadu believes things will change very soon.
The Phobians were held in a 1-1 stalemate by WAFA on Friday which adds to the home draw on opening day against Legon Cities.
Although, they are without a defeat after two games, pressure gradually looks like creeping in but Boadu believes his charges will correct the wrongs and return to winning ways after matchday four which leads them into the month of December.
“There is a little mistake that we need to correct it. The goal that we conceded, from the dugout, I could see that it was a misunderstanding or miscommunication that cost us for them to cancel that lead we took,” Boadu said.
“Not at all, There is nothing [like pressure] on me. I know myself, maybe from the fourth match going [in December] things will change.
“When Hearts of Oak start picking up, we will he unstoppable,” he added.
Samuel Boadu also revealed how they were able to match WAFA and score their first goal at the venue after failing in the last five seasons.
“Tactically they are very discipline, their tactical awareness is okay.
“They are very young, they run a lot but we strategized not to allow them to advance.
“Because whenever they cross the centre [line], the only thing that they do is, they fast game to advance, they won’t come back so we planned to lock them always when they get the ball they should send the ball back or always send to the wings and their wings too are blocked,” he added.
Hearts will host Aduana Stars next week before they travel to Len Clay Sports Stadium in Obuasi to face Ashanti Gold.
They will then welcome Berekum Chelsea to the Accra Sports Stadium and then switch their attention to continental assignment.
The Phobians will host Algerian club JS Souara in the playoffs of Caf Confederation Cup on November 28 before they travel to North Africa a week later for the reverse fixture.