Hearts of Oak Coach Nii Odoom Pledges To End Trophy Drought Ahead Of 2020/21 Season
Written by Prince Swaggart on 10/02/2020
Hearts of Oak manager, Edward Nii Odoom has pledged to end the ten years trophy drought ahead of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League season.
The Phobians have not won the Ghana Premier League since 2009, after clinching the title on 19 different occasions.
“We are promising them that, this year will be a very good year for Phobia fans,” he said.
“The boys are very determined and their attitude towards training has been perfect.
“Hearts of Oak will win the 2020/2021 Ghana Premier League and break the jinx that has eluded us for the past ten years,” he concluded.
Prior to the halt of the season due to Coronavirus pandemic, Hearts of Oak was 9th on the league log with 21 points but Coach Odoom has assured fans of the club that the coming season will be a successful one.
Clubs in the Ghana Premier League, including Hearts of Oak, have begun training and undergoing the mandatory Covid-19 test ahead of the start of the new campaign.