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Interim head coach for Hearts of Oak, Edward Nii Odoom has expressed profound worry after his side drew 1-1 against Inter Allies in the Ghana Premier League.
The Phobians played as an away team to the Capelli Boys at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday afternoon in a Match Week 13 fixture in the ongoing season.
At the end of an unimpressive performance, the game ended one-all with both teams being forced to share the spoils.
Speaking in a post-match interview, Hearts of Oak interim manager Edward Nii Odoom expressed worry over his team's inability to win matches at home.
"But am so worried. Very very worried", the gaffer stressed.
Coach Odoom also admitted that the absence of key midfielders Emmanuel Nettey and Frederick Ansah Botchway didn't help matters for his Hearts of Oak team on the matchday. "I think we missed two of our players due to injury and yellow cards [suspension]", he added.
After Match Week 13, the Rainbow team sits 9th on the Ghana Premier League standings.
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