Hearts of Oak’s team manager Sabahn Quaye says the fans are right to demand trophies from the team despite the ongoing rebuilding process.
The Phobians, working under a new coach – Herbert Addo – showed glimpses of how good they could be despite the 1-0 defeat to Heart of Lions in the opening GHALCA Top 4 match last Saturday.
Hearts dominated and created several goal-scoring chances but were unable to finish to ultimately slump to the defeat against Lions before their home fans.
The disappointed fans were however consoled by the progress made by the side with the display of good football on the day.
Many believe it will take a while before Hearts return to dominate the clinching of silverware and thus the demand for instant results from the fans are misplaced.
But Quaye believes the side can achieve way before its due time.
“They are right to demand it from us and it is challenge we have put on ourselves to win this Top 4 trophy,” Quaye said.
“Though we have lost this game it is not over, we still have the second leg to play.
“So we look to come out strongly in the second leg, we will do better.”