Amidaus glovesman Ofori Antwi eyes Hearts of Oak scalp in Ghana Premier League tie
By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
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Amidaus Professionals shot-stopper Eric Ofori Antwi has admitted his side would struggle to contain Hearts of Oak in Accra but remains bullish about their chances of upsetting the Phobians.
The Tema-based side make a short trip to Accra to face the former African champions at the Accra Sports Stadium in a week 19 fixture.
Amidaus are hoping for a positive outcome against Mohammed Polo’s men but the statistics do not favour them as they have picked just a point from their only three competitive games against the 20-time Ghana champions.
But the impressive 20-year-old goalkeeper Ofori Antwi who helped Ghana win bronze at the 2013 U20 FIFA World Cup in Turkey, remains confident of positive results.
“It is true that when we come to Accra we don’t get positive results but we’ll do all we can to get positive results from the game,” he told Accra-based Happy FM.
The Sunyani-born is also promising one of his flashy cameos against Hearts.
“I want everybody to come and see me at my best. I will do my best on the day.”
Hearts have won two out of their only three clashes with Amidaus Professionals in the Ghanaian top-flight.