Special Competition: Hearts coach Kim Grant says he won’t change his philosophy despite losing two consecutive games

Published on: 08 April 2019

I won’t change my game plan and philosophy despite suffering two successive losses in the ongoing Normalization Committee Special Competition, according to Hearts of Oak coach Kim Grant.

The Phobians, who began the competition on a good note after beating Dreams FC 1-0 in the opening game of the competition have lost two consecutive games against Elmina Sharks and Karela United FC.

Sarfo Taylor’s first-half strike handed the Phobians a second defeat in four days in the competition at the Aiyinase Park on Sunday.

The 46-year-old gaffer says his side have not lucky in front of goal and hope they finally return to winning ways soon.

"We just needed to be more clinical in front of goals. Nothing is going to change. We are going to approach the game with the same process and everything," he told the media after the game against Karela FC on Sunday.

"They had a couple of shot but more or less they didn’t break us down. My philosophy is going to stay the same. We going to try and win the next game."

Hearts will welcome bottom club Ebusua Dwarfs to the Accra Sports Stadium on Wednesday.

 

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