Opare Addo, the Communications Manager for Hearts of Oak, has delivered a message of resilience following the club’s defeat on the opening day of the new Ghana Premier League season against Real Tamale United (RTU).
Addo expressed his unwavering belief in the team’s capacity to bounce back and urged fans to maintain a positive outlook as they approach their next match against Nsoatreman FC in Accra.
“On the day, we don’t want to say it was because of the rain. The coach was happy after inspecting the pitch,” he told Asempa FM.
“We went into the game but unfortunately, we lost 1-0, and we are not allowing ourselves to be weighed down because of the defeat. We have held discussions with our fans because we must not be weighed down; there are 33 games we must play.
“We must ensure that at the end of the season, we achieve something for the club. A similar thing happened when we won double with Samuel Boadu, so once again, if we have lost our opening game of the season, that is not the end of it,” he added.