Liberty Professionals deputy coach Felix Aboagye believes Hearts of Oak’s stadium ban would be an advantage for his side when they face the league leaders on Thursday in matchday fourteen of the Ghana Premier League.
The Phobians are serving a two-match stadium ban, after their supporters’ were found guilty of assaulting referees following Hearts’ 3-1 loss to Wa All Stars in April.
“We don’t have any challenge without [our] fans at the stadium. Hearts supporters are not coming so they will rather be affected,” Aboagye said.
“We will take advantage of the empty stadium to punish them because we have a psychological advantage,” he added.
Hearts sit top on the log with 25 points, five points ahead of their visitors, Liberty, who are currently lying fifth.
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