Captain of Hearts of Oak, Fatawu Mohammed has noted that the team is looking forward to the upcoming football season with high hopes.
The club just like all other clubs in the country has been inactive for the last 6 months due to a ban that was placed on the sport by the government as one of the measures to curb the spread of the Coronavirus disease.
Finally, the ban has been lifted with clubs set to commence training to prepare for the 2020/2021 football season.
Speaking to Hearts media, Fatawu Mohammed has shared that the team is ready for the return of football and will go into the new season with high hopes.
“We welcome this news and, it is now time for us to get down to work as we look forward to the coming season with high hopes.
“We look forward to the start of preseason and, we are determined to go the extra mile to prepare ourselves well enough for the start of the new campaign”, the defender said.
During the 2019/2020 football season, Hearts of Oak struggled and occupied the 9th position at the time the campaign was canceled.
The team is now hoping to do better in the upcoming season to ensure they fight for glory.