“Drawing with AshGold was a bad result for us”- Hearts coach Edward Odoom

first_imgInterim head coach of Accra Hearts of Oak, Edward Odoom, was very disappointed with the goalless draw that Hearts played out with AshGold in Thursday;s Week 8 tie in the Ghana Premier League at the Accra Sports Stadium.The Phobians were hopeful of getting a good result after the 1-0 win at Dreams in Week 7 but they failed to find anything on the day.The result placed Hearts 9th on the table on 11 points and after the match, Odoom stated in the post-match press conference he was very displeased with the outcome of the match.“It was not a good result for us at all because we did everything to win the match. However, no knows what will happen next. I think that in football, one can win, draw or lose so we have to move on from the result and look ahead.”Since Hearts of Oak beat Dwarfs 2-1 in Week 3, they have not won a match at home this season. They have recorded a loss to Kotoko and a draw with AshGold and the trend was over a major concern to Odoom.“The home results are not good at all for us. If we are winning away from home and we cannot do same at home, then it is big worry for me. I cannot place a finger on what is going on but I assure you that we will solve the challenge.”Hearts head to Aduana Stars in Week 9 of the Ghana Premier League.last_img read more

Rugby officials reconsider Christchurch for cup

first_imgRugby World Cup officials could be looking at moving the five matches scheduled to play in Christchurch later this year, after the earthquake caused structural around the city on Monday.While the AMI Stadium suffered no damage during the latest quake, the damages to accommodation building is causing concern for the events officials, The Guardian reported.Officials posted on the site that for the moment they are focusing on the rehabilitation of the city and its people.“Our thoughts are very much with the people of the region,” the statement read.“It is too early to talk about any implications for the Tournament and any assessment must wait while the rescue and recovery efforts take priority.”According to the source up to 85,000 international rugby fans are expected to travel to New Zealand for the World Cup. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.Jlast_img read more