We could have scored SEVEN goals against WAFA - Kim Grant Featured
05 May

We could have scored SEVEN goals against WAFA - Kim Grant

The 46-year-old trainer feels his charges could have netted seven goals goals in their match-day nine clash with the Sogakope based club.

Accra Hearts of Oak head coach Kim Grant says his side could have beaten West Africa Football Academy SC by a wider margin had they not wasted scoring chances in the 4-0 home win on Sunday afternoon.
The Rainbow boys recorded a 4-0 heavy victory over WAFA SC in the ongoing Normalization Committee Special Competition at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Goals from Manaf Umar, Kofi Kordzi, Fatawu Mohammed and Michelle Sarpong helped the Phobians to move to the top of Zone B of the competition with 18 points.
Coach Grant showered praise on his boys after their sterling output against West African Football Academy.
"I'm happy with their [players] performance today, it was magnificent and it's a great feeling," Coach Grant told GTV after the match.
"We could have scored them [WAFA SC] seven goals with the scoring chances we created in the game"
"We are in our fifth month, the team is still work in progress"
Hearts of Oak will battle out with their regional rivals Liberty Professionals in the match-day ten of the Normalization Committee Special Cup on Wednesday.
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