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Hearts of Oak to host Dreams FC in game week 27.

Hearts’ head coach Samuel Boadu said preparing for two matches against Dreams FC is exciting and requires extra work because definitely their opponents will want to upset them and prove a point. 

Aside the Premier league on Sunday which falls on labour day, Hearts has an FA Cup semifinal match against Dreams as well on Saturday, 14th May 2022. 

It is the second time the two sides will be meeting out of the three this season and Boadu will be looking forward to lead his charges to snatch victory to sustain their climb on the GPL table. 

Hearts of Oak may be far from the league leaders but they are never giving up easily as they are set to fight to the end as their name have always suggested “Never Say Die”. The phobians are still in contention to win another trophy this season having already lifted the President’s Cup, while aiming to reach the final of the MTN FA Cup.

In a conversation with the man of the match from the previous game against Accra Lions, Barnieh, he said “Each game should feel like a final for us especially if we want to be at the top". Speaking on Barnieh’s goalscoring, Coach Boadu indicated that Barnieh at least judging from the first round, “he has changed positively in this second round but I believe there is more room for improvement".

Going into the next game, Boadu said “I keep saying that it is not over yet because Dreams Fc are not a cheap side to beat so we will have to work extra hard because no one likes defeat and no one likes a bad name. it is not our wish to keep dropping points so we will plead with our supporters to keep supporting in every way they can”.

Dreams FC in their last game drew with king Faisal and will come hard at us. 

In the last 5 encounters Accra Hearts of Oak have won 3, drawn 1 and lost 1.


1st May is the day for the next encounter, a labour day.