Fobian Boss reflects the club’s move to their first Premier League title since 2009
After the club won its first Ghana Premier League in 12 years on Sunday, the hearts of Oak coach Samuel Bodo described his current arrangement as “unique”.
After more than a decade of frustration, the Phobias finally ended their predicament after finally holding the Liberty Professionals to a 1-1 draw to open a four-point lead at the top of the table before the final round of the Games.
This is his first title since 2009.
“It’s like there’s something unique about the Oak team,” said Bodo, who joined the media from Medima in March. Africa – Foot.
When I arrived, they welcomed me and helped me a lot, especially the administration and helpers. He always gave me advice, he encouraged me, he told me I could do it so I should move on.
“I am sure I will not be swollen. I’ll make sure I do the extra work. It’s an exciting cup or win, so it will prepare me to go higher and higher.
Hearts started scoring on a heart-time stroke through Daniel Afria Barnia but Quam Paul equalized late in the game to make sure the flaws were shared.
The victory before the day of the Fobenz League final match was partly due to the defeat of close rival Asante Kotoko, who lost 2-1 to Beckham United on Sunday.
“It [the league] It means a lot [to us] And I’m so glad it’s been a while since Hearts won this trophy, “said Afri. Said.
“We have written our names [good] Books
The GPL’s second most successful club, the Hearts, have now won a total of 20 league titles, three less than rivals Asante Kotoko.
The Phobians have not only won the league trophy, but also a place in the Kiev Champions League next season.
“We’re excited because we played an unbeaten 12 games, we conceded the least goals, so we’re excited.” Said Board of Hearts member Vincent Soh Odotti.
“We thank all the supporters. Everyone who made it possible. “
In their last match of the season, hearts will compete with loyalty.