Hearts coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi is confident his team can bounce back from the defeat against All Stars  when they face Techiman City this weekend.
The Phobians were outdone by Wa All Stars as they could not cope with the fast counter attacking play of their guests.
However, Kenichi believes all errors have been addressed in training this weekend giving them a chance to inflict the first ever home defeat on Techiman City.
“Our team right now is in very good condition. Our spirit is high and nothing changes from the first game and we are trying to do our best in each game and improve from game to game,” Kenichi told Hearts News

“We analyzed the mistakes we made [against AllStars]. It had nothing to do with our physical condition; it had nothing to do with our lack of focus, not at all. We had other problems which we had to fix and which we did yesterday and today at our training.

“We had a very good training and so we are well prepared. For us, the game we played last is already behind us and history; and so we are just focusing on our upcoming match and we will do the best we can to win.”

Hearts are a point behind leaders Wa All Stars.


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