By Patrick Akoto
Hearts physiotherapist James Commey Bortsie says the team will start the season with a clean bill of health.
The capital-based side have been involved in an intense pre-season training at Sekondi-Takoradi where head trainer CK Akunnor has been trimming the rough edges of the upcoming season.
There have been concerns about the fitness level of the some of the new recruits but the club’s chief physiotherapist says there is no cause for alarm.
“I want to assure all of you that we are fully prepared to deal with any injury that might arise here in camp,” Bortsie said
“So go out there and give us your best. We ar here for you, so whatever the problem don’t hesitate to call on us,”
“I believe there is no need for the fans to be worried over issues of inuries. We are competent enough to deal with it.”
“Hearts are desperate to end a three-year trophy drought after playing catch-ups to emerging forces like Berekum Chelsea and Aduana Stars