Harry Zakkour is confident that Accra Hearts of Oak will survive in the Ghana Premier League, despite currently lying in the drop zone.
With just two matches to end the ongoing First Capital Plus Premier League, Hearts of Oak are placed 2 from bottom and if the trend doesn’t change the oldest existing club in Ghana will be relegated for the very first time in the club’s history.
However, Harry Zakkour who was the Chairman of the most successful era in Hearts of Oak’s history has indicated that Hearts are too big to be relegated.
“The league is on a break and we will use it as an opportunity to prepare well and win all our two remaining matches to beat relegation.
“The supporters should remember that we are a big club and not a small one to suffer relegation,” he told Metro fm.
The 2014-15 league season is on three weeks break to pave way for the other GFA organized competitions to wrap-up, before it resumes on 6 September for the pen-ultimate matches.