Hearts of Oak head coach Samuel Boadu has turned his attention to the game against Great Olympics in the 2022/23 betPawa Ghana Premier League on Sunday.
The Phobians suffered a 1-0 away defeat to Aduana Stars at the Nana Agyeman Badu Park in Dormaa in their opening fixture of the season.
Aduana Stars captain Bright Adjei scored the only goal of the game to give former Black Starlets coach Paa Kwasi Fabian his first win of the season.
Coach Samuel Boadu blamed his team’s defeat on errors from the defense and is confident the team will bounce back in their next game.
Speaking after the game to official broadcast right holders StarTimes on the defeat he said, “It is very bad to lose such a game. My players played very well, they created a lot of chances but squandered them.
The former Medeama coach is confident his side can bounce back from the defeat when they face regional rivals Great Olympics in the Ga Mantse Derby on Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium.
“We are not down. We will go home and prepare well so that in the subsequent matches we do well.
We are going to correct our mistakes and approach the matches ahead of us differently”.
Hearts of Oak face an uphill task against Great Olympics in this top liner for match week two. The Phobians lost both home and away to the “Oly dade boys” in the Ghana Premier League last season.
Olympics on the other hand recorded their first win of the season against Bechem United at the Accra Sports Stadium in the season opener.
Samuel Abbey-Quarshie scored the only goal of the game against the Hunters.
Hearts of Oak play arch-rivals Asante Kotoko on match week three after the game against Great Olympics.