- Hearts will play host to New Edubiase in the opener of the season
- The club headed to Akuse to set up their camping base after engaging Dreams FC at Dawu
- Hearts won 4-1
- Opare Addo has revealed that every that the club was being transformed to make it not only a model of 'good football club'
Accra Hearts of Oak have plunged into the final stages of their preparations towards the Ghana Premier League season.
The Accra based club who open their season’s campaign against New Edubiase United in Accra have shifted camp to Akuse, in the Eastern Region to achieve the serenity they would need in their camp.
Unlike their previous non-residential camping where they had to travel from their various residences to camp, their Akuse camp will earn Hearts all the quietness and peaceful atmosphere the club needs to enhance team composure and unity.
The Phobians moved straight to camp after playing as guests of new entrants to the Premier League, Dreams FC on Sunday at Dawu during the re-commission of the venue.
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The match ended 4-1 in favour of Hearts of Oak who played without key players like, Samudeen Ibrahim, Isaac Mensah and Kenneth Okoro.
The quartet has since begun training with the team at their Akuse camp.
Meanwhile, the Never-say-die club has assured its supporters that they had put in measures to ensure they returned to their enviable days gone by where the team reigned both domestically and on the continent.
Opare Addo, the club’s spokesperson, said, "However this mission just like anything in life would take some time to come to fruition. Consequently we would entreat all supporters to be patient and continue to rally behind the club."
He revealed that every aspect of the club was being transformed to make it not only a model of 'good football club' but also a profitable entertainment business.