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13.03.2009 Football News

Attila stops HeartsWise next?

By Kofi Owusu Aduonum - Ghanaian Chronicle

Tema Youth expatriate trainer Attila Sekerlioglu ended Hearts of Oak's six-match winning streak with a 2-1 victory last Wednesday at the Tema Stadium.

And he appears combat ready to replicate the same feat as they trek to play C.K Akunnor's Eleven Wise at the Essipong Stadium in Sekondi, tomorrow.

He told The Chronicle Sports in a post-match interview that: “I have confidence in the team and I trust they will produce good results on Saturday.”

The Sekondi assignment appears gargantuan taking into consideration the homeside's good form lately, having returned from the Baba Yara Stadium with all three points at the expense of Asante Kotoko.

However, Coach Attila has promised to return with impressive results. His confidence, undoubtedly lies in the strength of players like Nana Yaw, Ekow Benson, goalkeeper Ernest Sowah and Edward 'Bonto' Affum.

In other games, Arsenal will host RTU, while Kessben welcome All Stars to the Anane Boateng Stadium at Abrankesse. Chelsea will travel to play All Blacks with Sporting Mirren trekking to the Baba Yara Stadium to face King Faisal. Struggling Ashgold will host Liberty Professionals at Len Clay, while wounded Hearts welcome Hasaacas to the Ohene Djan Stadium.

The Asante Kotoko-Lions game has been pushed forward to allow the former clear its continental assignment against Moroccan side Ittihad at Sekondi on Sunday.