Soccer News of Friday, 8 March 2013
Source: Daily Guide
A leading contender for the Hearts of Oak CEO position, Neil Amstrong thinks the phobians can finish among the top four in the league.
He said by the standings on the table, Heart is not in pole position to win the league but he was optimistic that the Accra lads could bounce back strongly to finish among the top four.
Hearts of Oak, he said, are currently trailing the top fourth club on the league table by just eight points, and so it is possible for them to record important wins and finish the season among the top-four on the league log.
Mr Armstrong said on radio that it is left with about 13 matches for the season to come to an end and he believes the phobians could use the remaining matches to cause a huge upset on the local scene.
Mr Armstrong therefore implored those making mockery of Hearts about their recent poor showing to put a stop to it, saying the season is far from over.