Ghana's No. 1

Dan Coleman fit to face Hearts of Oak

Published on: 15 October 2011

By Ameenu Shardow

Defender Daniel Coleman insists he is fit and ready to power Mighty Jets to victory over his former club Hearts of Oak.

The 27-year-old failed to make the team in last week's draw with Berekum Chelsea due to an ankle injury but has been cleared to play in Sunday's tough league match at the Accra Sports Stadium.

Coleman, who spent five year's with the 20-time league champions is in very confident mood but concedes victory will not come cheap.

"Playing against Hearts is always going to be difficult but we at Jets have resolved to deliver victory," he told GHANAsoccernet.com.

"I am no prophet and therefore cannot conclude categorically that we will win, we only pray the day goes in our favour  because in football anything can happen."

Mighty Jets aims to avoid yet another season of battling relegation by getting enough points off the board in the early stages to be certain of Premier League status by the time the campaign comes to an end.

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