3 Things We Learned As Lamptey Silences Noisy Hearts Featured
01 Jun

3 Things We Learned As Lamptey Silences Noisy Hearts

Richmond Lamptey’s first half strike was enough to hand Inter Allies all maximum points and ensured they keep their home invincibility intact as the first half of the season draws nigh. 
 
The Capelli boys are now undefeated in their last ten games at home- they are also yet to concede a goal at home in their last six games.
 
The victory puts Inter Allies third on the log  trailing leaders Medeama SC by two points with the Phobians occupying the twelfth position with sixteen points.
 
Here are three things we learned from workmanlike performance from the Capelli Boys
 
Allies played with no fear and took the game to Hearts
 
Playing against Hearts, it would have been understandable if Yatshuashi’s side to play within themselves.
 
Instead of being overwhelmed by what should have been an electric atmosphere in Tema, the hosts found their feet straight away and set about quietening the Hearts fans present just as they did to Wa All Stars a couple of weeks ago.
 
Allies passed the ball around with confidence and created a few chances; taking advantage of Hearts’ decision not to press high in the first half; Richmond Lamptey and Aloisi were again linking up well and causing all sorts of problems. It came as no surprise when the former got the only goal in the game.
 
It is only a matter of time until Hearts make a change in the dugout
 
Not only were the tactics wrong, but as has been the case for weeks now.
Wellington looked bereft of any inspiration. The players, as talented as they are, aren’t responding to his ideas, and it must have been a tough watch for the fans who were at Tema to watch their team.
 
Speculation that Hearts will make a managerial change will only increase, and it is becoming harder by the week to make a case for Wellington. Would it be too late? Well, the table would suggest not.
 
A new manager would, at the very least, spark something that could get the club back to winning ways.
 
Hearts are in danger of falling way behind their domestic rivals
 
Hearts have not won the Ghanaian topflight title for almost decade and from the look of things, the Phobians will need to wait for at least another season to compete for the title.
 
It confirms their fall from grace and the fact that they are no longer serious title contenders. After winning against Asante Kotoko, the Phobians have drawn against Liberty Professionals and WAFA and losing to Inter Allies.
 
Picking just two points out of a possible nine is something the fans of the club will frown on and this again leaves them facing a mountainous task to climb back into the top four this term.
 
But not even the most ardent Hearts fan would back them to win the eluded Ghanaian league title after recent shambolic displays.
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