Accra Hearts of Oak have publicly issued an apology to their multitudinous supporters following a humiliating 5-0 defeat to WAFA in the Ghana Premier League on Sunday.
The Academy Boys handed the Phobians their heaviest defeat this season in Sogakope.
But the club has apologised for the defeat insisting it will bounce back.
“Impossible to say good morning today but we sincerely apologize for the harrowing result yesterday. We are down, but we will rise again,”club official twitter said.
Impossible to say good morning today but we sincerely apologize for the harrowing result yesterday. We are down, but we will rise again.
The Academy boys lost 2:1 to the Phobians in the first round, but their result on Sunday was more than a revenge against Hearts of Oak. They dented the Phobians pride, handing them their heaviest defeat in Premier League history.
Danger man, Richmond Lomotey scored a brace, but the main architect of the emphatic victory was new sensation Abdul Majeed Ashimeru, who got one of the goals and was adjudged man of the match. The other scorers for WAFA were Abdul Wahab Ibrahim and Caleb Amankwah.
The phobians lie third with 27 points on the league table in the Ghana Premier League.