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Hearts of Oak new striker Bernard Arthur is not easily settling with his new team mates and the striker has confessed ‘it’s not easy settling with the new boys.’
Bernard joined the Phobians earlier this month and has struggled to settle with his new team mates but he’s sure it will improve.
“There are a lot of young players in the team now and I need to adapt to the team.
“The fact that I’ve played outside the shores of Ghana doesn’t mean things will be easy for me,” he noted.
“I need to adapt, get into the first team and get my goals coming,” he added.
Seven key players of the Hearts of Oak set up are with the national U23 and Black Stars B sides and Bernard will have to settle with the new boys, most of whom are promoted from the junior side Auroras.
The inexperience of the young boys show almost always making it difficult for the new striker to be scoring at will.
Bernard joined Hearts after stints with Ain M’lila of Algeria and Azam FC of Tanzania.
He previously played for Liberty Professionals in the Ghana Premier League.
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