Hearts attempt to get season on track

14 years ago

Seven games to wrap up the league and the jostling for positions continues as the season heads into match-day-24.

The competition for the title and the quest to avoid the drop presents a thrilling weekend of footballing action.

Real Tamale United would test Hearts’ decision to part ways with coach Kosta Papic when they arrive in Accra for Sunday’s crucial match in the Glo Premier League.

The Phobians axed the Serbian coach on Thursday ahead of Sunday’s home game after a string of poor results leading to three successive defeats.

New coach Nii Noi Thompson would have to guide Hearts back to winning ways after having seen their 14-point gap at the beginning of the second round whittled down to five points.

While the Phobians attempt to maintain at least that points difference, second placed Heart of Lions will be hoping to pile on the when they host Liberty Professional at Kpando.

King Faisal would be at the Swedru Park where they play with Gamba All Blacks who are a step above the bottom side and battling to avoid the drop.

Asante Kotoko would continue their push for a continental slot when they take on All Stars at the Baba Yara Stadium.

The Tema Park would host the clash between home team, Tema Youth and Chelsea while Hasaacas, another side hoping to avoid relegation travel to the Golden City Park to meet Berekum Arsenals.

Kessben FC would play AshantiGold at the Anane Boateng Stadium with bottom side Sporting Mirren visiting the Sekondi Sports Stadium where they play Eleven Wise.