Hearts of Oak assistant coach Edward Nii Odoom laments that the teams’ awful display against Karela United at the Crosby Awuah Memorial Park was as a result of having a bad day.
The Passioners secured a 3-1 victory courtesy a second half hat-trick from William Opoku Mensah after Daniel Kodie scored for the Phobians in the first half. Hearts have now lost 4 games in the league and have not claimed a victory in their last two encounters.
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And the Rainbow outfit’s assistant trainer, who handled affairs due to the absence of head coach Henry Wellington, believes nothing worked for them because they had a bad day.
“It seems we had a bad day. We had a very bad day especially in the second half. Performance was not good,” he told reporters.
“Despite that, there was a bit improvement on the players’ attitude. We will improve on our performance in the next match.”
Hearts lie 9th on the league log and will need momentum in their next games before playing rivals Asante Kotoko.