Coach Kobina Amissah maintains everything at BA Stars was not ‘doom and gloom’ after his side bundled out of the MTN Ghana FA Cup on Sunday.
The second-tier side put up a brave fight in the capital but succumbed to a late 1-0 defeat against Hearts.
Striker Mahatma Otoo’s trademark free-kick deep into stoppage-time handed the Phobians the nervy win at home.
The second-tier side are on top of the zone 1B in the National Division One League and former Berekum Chelsea Under-20 coach believes their exit from the competition is not the end of the world.
“I’m not disappointed at all because we came with a game plan and it nearly worked to perfection,” Amissah told reporters
“It’s not the end of the world for us. We played against one of the top sides in Ghana and so for us we’re happy we gave them a good game.
“It was just unfortunate we conceded that late goal. But everyone who watched the game will attest to the fact that we didn’t disgrace ourselves.
“Let’s face it. Hearts are one of the giants of African football and so to concede just a goal against them is not something that we should be ashamed of.
“My boys fought hard and I congratulate them despite the defeat.”