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Hearts of Oak to continue pre-season training at Koforidua

Hearts pre-season train to land in Eastern Region

Accra Hearts of Oak, one of Ghana’s powerhouses, has announced the start date for their second phase pre-season training, which is set to begin on Monday, September 4, 2023.

The training will take place at Koforidua, Eastern Regional Capital, with players, technical team and the clubs’ Communication Team.

The team will be camping at Bedtime Hotel, Koforidua for the phase two of its training ahead of the 2023/24 football season.

It follows the completion of the first phase of its pre-season in Accra, at the Pobiman Sports Complex where they engaged in series of friendly matches.

Hearts of Oak will set off to the Eastern Region after its planned Sunday friendly against newly promoted Division One Legue side Okwahu United at the Pobiman Sports Complex at 3:00 PM.

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The Okwahu United friendly form parts of the team’s exercise to climax its spiritual preparedness commenced today ahead of the new season.

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Hearts of Oak, last season, had a strong pre-season but struggled in the Ghana Premier League, failing to make it to the top four and ending the season trophyless.

But, aimed to improve on its previous performance, will hope to use the pre-season training to prepare well and better their performance in the upcoming season with the hope of challenging for trophies.

The arrival of new technical director, Rene Hiddink and coach Martin Koopman has been greeted with enthusiasm from fans, providing a significant boost ahead of the new season.

The fans are hopeful that under the new Hearts of Oak look, the team will have a successful and competitive campaign coupled with the newly recruited players.

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The phobians have so far added new players to their set up with some notably names including Kofi AgbesimahKelvin Osei Asibey , Michael Ampadu and Congolese forward Kashala Ramos Wanet whose capture is almost done and dusted.

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