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Ghana Premier League Hearts of Oak resumes training after nine-day break

We have returned to the training preparing for the start of league - Hearts of Oak captain

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Hearts of Oak resumed training on Wednesday afternoon (December 14) at the Legon Ajax Park after nine days break.

The Phobians broke camp on Monday last week after the club’s participation in the 2016 edition of the G6 competition. They lost in the final game of the G6 tournament against Aduana Stars.

After nine days break, the former African champions have started training again ahead of the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League which has been tentatively scheduled for January 21.

Hearts of Oak resumes training after nine-day break play

Hearts of Oak resumes training after nine-day break

 

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We have returned to the training preparing for the start of league. We took some days off after the G6 tournament,” the club’s general captain Thomas Abbey told Pulse.com.gh.

Almost 90% of the players reported to the training, the spirit in camp is very high, we are working as a team because of the task ahead of us.

For the past seven seasons, we are yet to win a major silverware and that has made the supporters unhappy but in the coming season we want to do everything possible to make the supporters happy. So the fans should have believe in us,” he added.

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