The Phobians head coach has rebuffed claims that his team’s performance on Sunday was their finest of the season.
Samuel Boadu, the Hearts of Oak coach, has refuted claims that the team’s performance against Asante Kotoko was their finest of the season.
The Phobians and Kotoko played to a goalless draw on Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium, and Prosper Ogum Narteh said he was glad to have pushed Hearts to put up their best effort as the first round came to a finish today.
Hearts of Oak “upped their game” for the first time this season because of Ogum’s performance, he said at the post-match press conference. “It was good for the Ghana Premier League.”
Although Legon Cities has been the toughest opponent they’ve played so far this season, Boadu disputes that notion.
Despite our success, this is not the case. There are better games that we’ve played. We played well against Legon Cities,” Boadu commented of the first round match.
(Auroras) against them today, Kotoko would still be unable to score on us,” he said.
Ogum’s squad has been the finest in the Ghana Premier League this season, according to Prosper Narteh Ogum, head coach of Asante Kotoko.
Sunday’s 2021/22 Ghana Premier League match-week seven showdown between the Porcupine Warriors and Hearts of Oak at the Accra Sports Stadium ended in a 2-2 draw.
In the 2021/22 season, Ogum praised the Phobians’ performance against his side as their finest.
Our improved play this season has prompted Hearts of Oak to amp up their game. Unless I’m mistaken, Hearts of Oak haven’t played any better than they have in the past. After the game, Narteh Ogum commented, “With all due respect, I adore Hearts of Oak and love this kind of performance.”
Our game plan was to keep the ball and create chances, and I believe we did that today.” I’m pleased and satisfied with the team’s progress in general,” he says.
Hearts of Oak are still in eighth place in the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League log after the first round, trailing Asante Kotoko by a point.