Head coach of Hearts of Oak, Edward Odoom has expressed huge disappointment in his side's defeat to Inter Allies on matchday three of the Ghana Premier League.
The Phobians spurned several chances in the 1-0 loss to the 'Eleven is to One' boys at the Accra Sports on Sunday night, leaving the coach Odoon upset with the profligacy of his players.
“I am even short of words to say…because I don’t know why we should lose this match. Look at the number of chances created. From the blast of the whistle, we had all the chances in the world to kill this game,” he said after the game.
“Our opponent didn’t play anything extraordinary, but one loose ball and we are done. We did everything we could, but the players didn’t help the club at all,” a fuming Odoom added.
Daniel Lomotey scored arguably the goal of the season with a stunning belter from 30 yards to beat the gigantic Richard Attah.
The Phobians are yet to win a game this season and will host Karela on match day four at the Accra Sports stadium.
Hearts have an outstanding game against Aduana Stars which has been scheduled for December 9, 2020.