Inter Allies coach Herbert Addo says he is least surprised by Hearts of Oak’s fine start to the campaign.
Addo who was in charge of the club last season believes the experience gained by the players over the year has given the club more stability hence their good performance.
Ahead of their league meeting this weekend, Addo was full of praise for his opponents and in particular Kenichi Yatsuhashi who will be in the opposite dug-out.
“I am not surprised about their start. Hearts of Oak are a very big club,” Addo told Adom FM Sports
“They criticized the coach labelling him a carpenter but he is working well and getting the results.”
“The players are also experienced. They have been together since last year when I was with them. They are the same players there with the addition of one or two others.”
“They are playing and one of the stable teams in the league alongside Medeama, Wa All Stars and Ashantigold.”
Herbert Addo has guided Inter Allies to a win, two draws and a defeat in four matches in the league so far.
Inter Allies are scheduled to host the Phobians in a match day 5 fixture of the 2015/16 Ghana Premier League on Sunday.