Former Hearts of Oak midfielder Lawrence Adjah Tetteh calls for unwavering support for under-fire coach Slavko Matic
Former Hearts of Oak midfielder Lawrence Adjah Tetteh has urged the fans of the club to rally behind coach Slavko Matic to turn things around for the Phobians.
The Serbian trainer has come under intense following a back-to-back to Aduana Stars and King Faisal in the Ghana Premier League.
Ahead of their clash with Kotoko, Adjah Tetteh, a member of the Hearts of Oak team that won the 2004 CAF Confederations Cup title has called on the fans to support coach Slavko Matic.
“I’m into the coaching job, so I will plead with the fans to support Matic to turn things around for the club” he told Koforidua-based Bryt Fm.
Meanwhile, Adjah Tetteh has expressed optimism about Hearts of Oak beating Kotoko to clinch the President Cup on Sunday.
“Hearts of Oak should not be afraid going into this Kotoko game, it’s a cup game and Hearts are noted for winning trophies, I will plead with the fans to go to stadium in their numbers to cheer the team up and I believe they will emerge as winners”
The Phobians will play host to the Porcupine Warriors in matchday 19 of the Ghana Premier League at the Accra Sports Stadium, a game that will also serve as President Cup due to the tight schedules.
Asante Kotoko are second on the league log with 31 points whiles Hearts of Oak sit 6th position with 28 points after 19 matches.