Hearts deserved their victory – WAFA coach Patrick Leiwig

Published on: 06 May 2019

New Head Coach for West Africa Football Academy (WAFA), Patrick Leiwig has revealed that Hearts of Oak deserved to beat them on Sunday, May 5, 2019, when the two met in a match week 9 fixture.

The Phobians mercilessly dispatched the academy boys with a 4-0 scoreline as they moved top of the Premier B standings. Mitchel Sarpong, Umar Manaf, Fatawu Mohammed, and Kofi Kordzi scored the goals for Kim Grant’s side.

Speaking to the GTV after the match, Patrick Leiwig shared that even though they gifted some goals to the Phobians, he believes they played well enough to win the match at the end of the day.

“Hearts of Oak played very well. We gifted them some goals too,” he told GTV after the game. They deserved their win. They came to the game to win at all cost. They were stronger and faster than my boys”.

“My boys we were just playing the ball around. Whilst Hearts of Oak kept running the ball at us. It happens in football. We are have a young squad and we can only learn from what happened today”, the WAFA coach said.

Meanwhile the gaffer has already set sight on winning their next match which will be against Dreams fc at Sogakope on Wednesday, May 8, 2019.