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My players are adapting to my philosophy – Hearts of Oak coach

By Aforsah Godfred / Published on Monday, 27 Feb 2017 13:21 PM / No Comments

Hearts of Oak coach Frank Nuttall has stressed that his players are adapting to his philosophy after his side’s first league win (2-1) against Wa All Stars on match day four of the 2017 Ghana Premier League.

Alex Kouassi scored the game’s first goal for the Phobians, Wa All Stars pulled even courtesy Richard Arthur but Thomas Abbey grabbed the winner for the Accra giants with a powerful header.

Hearts of Oak beak Wa All Stars by two goals to oneplayHearts of Oak beak Wa All Stars by two goals to one

Nuttall who took charge of the Phobians with less than a week before the start of the ongoing Ghana Premier Leagues has been in the dugout for three games – winning one and drawing two.

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There has been progress from the previous games. I think they have improved from game after game and the win against Wa All Stars attest that they are adapting to my philosophy,” Nuttall said after the game.

On the performance of Ivorian import Alex Kouassi, the Scottish tatctician said:

First of all, Cosmos Dauda has applied himself very well in previous matches, and because we had three games in the week and the lots of travelling we have done, it was important to put out some fresh legs to start the game.

Hearts of Oak ve Wa All Stars at the Accra Sports StadiumplayHearts of Oak ve Wa All Stars at the Accra Sports Stadium

 

And Alexander played and took his goal very well and battled for the team, it shows how the players are willing to work out for the team,” he added.

Hearts of Oak will play as guests to league leaders Aduana Stars in their next league game on Sunday.

Hearts of Oak coach Frank Nuttall has stressed that his players are adapting to his philosophy after his side’s first league win (2-1) against Wa All Stars on match day four of the 2017 Ghana Premier League.

Alex Kouassi scored the game’s first goal for the Phobians, Wa All Stars pulled even courtesy Richard Arthur but Thomas Abbey grabbed the winner for the Accra giants with a powerful header.

Hearts of Oak beak Wa All Stars by two goals to oneplayHearts of Oak beak Wa All Stars by two goals to one

Nuttall who took charge of the Phobians with less than a week before the start of the ongoing Ghana Premier Leagues has been in the dugout for three games – winning one and drawing two.

READ MORE: Video – Ghanaian barber gives Chelsea legend Makelele special haircut

There has been progress from the previous games. I think they have improved from game after game and the win against Wa All Stars attest that they are adapting to my philosophy,” Nuttall said after the game.

On the performance of Ivorian import Alex Kouassi, the Scottish tatctician said:

First of all, Cosmos Dauda has applied himself very well in previous matches, and because we had three games in the week and the lots of travelling we have done, it was important to put out some fresh legs to start the game.

Hearts of Oak ve Wa All Stars at the Accra Sports StadiumplayHearts of Oak ve Wa All Stars at the Accra Sports Stadium

 

And Alexander played and took his goal very well and battled for the team, it shows how the players are willing to work out for the team,” he added.

Hearts of Oak will play as guests to league leaders Aduana Stars in their next league game on Sunday.

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