Hearts of Oak skipper Thomas Abbey hails coach Nuttall's winning mentality

Published on: 28 March 2017





Accra Hearts of Oak skipper, Thomas Abbey has showered praises on coach Frank Nuttall for the winning mentality he has brought into the side.

The 26-year old midfielder, who has had a decent start to the season thus far expressed his delight with the Scottish trainer's mentality to games and says it could aid their ambition of ending their long league title drought.

“He always maintains a good level. Nuttall is a coach who likes to keep his feet on the ground and who likes to have a team whose feet are on the ground as well,” says Abbey in an interview with Hearts News.

“He is a coach who likes to know why he won. So, for you to win you have to be humble and respect the opponent, and to be able to respect the opponent it’s hard work,” he added.

“That attitude is giving your all on the pitch helping the team and every player to develop well, it’s having a good game and understanding why you won. So, he looks to pass this on to the team. We have gotten this because of the collective effort in the side.”

Hearts will travel to the Berekum Golden City Park on Match Day 9 of the ongoing league to engage Berekum Chelsea.