Accra Hearts of Oak Coach, Frank Elliot Nutall has revived the hope of fans insisting the club is still in a pole position to whisk the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League title from the frontline winners, Dormaa Aduana Stars.
The Phobians are currently 4 points adrift of Aduana Stars with only four matches to draw the curtains down which most soccer pundits believe it is a tall-order battle for the rainbow boys to surmount but the Scottish trainer maintains he has the Arsenals to overturn the situation.
“Hearts is winning this year’s league despite the four points gap between us and Aduana Stars because of the resurgent performance of my boys especially those who played in the WAFU tournament,” He exclusively told Ghanasportsonline.com just after the WAFU tournament finals at the Cape Coast sports stadium.
“So I want to encourage all my fans to throw their weight behind the team and keep their hopes alive as we [Hearts] are on the cusp of grasping the league’’.
The Ghana Premier League resumes next Wednesday after going on a one month break with Hearts, playing as guest to Wa All Stars.
By Captain Andy Smith