Supporters of Hearts of Oak have vowed to make sure that they help the Club amass all six points at stake in their first two ‘home’ matches in the league.
The Phobians were handed a two-match home ban after being found guilty for misconduct and violence by their officials, players and supporters during and after a Premier League match against New Edubiase in Accra on 4th June, 2014.
The Phobians will now play match-day-1 in the 2014-2015 First Capital Premier League season against WAFA at the Kpando Park on January 17 and host Medeama in their match-day-3 encounter at the Essipong Stadium on January 24.
But this according to the Chairman of the National Chapters Committee, Barimah Attuahene will test the true spirit of not only the team, but the supporters who are reported to be making arrangements to make the team feel ‘loved’ in their two ‘home’ matches.
“We are talking to some sponsors on the need to send as many supporters to all the two match venues when the season starts. The first stop will be the Kpando stadium on Sunday and it is the dream of the NCC that we must do all we can to make sure we amass all six points at stake in those matches.”
He said the supporters are ready to follow the team to all of its match destinations not only the two away matches.
“So far as we are concerned, every match is important because it’s the same three points at stake. So we are going to throng every match venue of the team this season.
The players are ‘young’ and they need all the love and support they can get and we as supporters must make
sure we don’t default in doing so”, Barimah Attuahene mentioned in an interview with Sportscrusader.com.