The former Ghana international has expressed excitement following his former club’s vital 1-0 win against big rivals Asante Kotoko in the Ghana Premier League week31 clash on Sunday.
The Phobians picked a 1-0 win over Asante Kotoko at the Accra Sports Stadium in the SuperClash fixture, thanks to in-form forward Daniel Afriyie’s second-half sweet strike.
Hearts after playing 31 games leads the league standings with 59 points, three better than bitter rivals Asante Kotoko.
The former Black Stars captain who couldn’t hide his joy after the important victory, took to Social media to celebrate write “Stay positive and never say die”.
Stay positive and never say die ❤️❤️💛💛💙💙
— Stephen Appiah (@StephenAppiah) June 28, 2021
Coach Samuel Boadu is on course to win the league title for the Phobians who have gone trophyless for Almost eleven years after beating Kotoko and needs two wins in his side’s last three matches to emerge as 2020/21 Champions.