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Damba blames Lugard for Hearts slip

Posted On Monday, 31st December 2012

Tetteh Lugard has come under fire for his poor showing on Sunday

Hearts of Oak goalkeepers’ trainer Abubakari Damba has singled out goalkeeper Tetteh Lugard for wrecking the Phobians year. 

The 19 time champions finished 2012 in the relegation zone after losing 3-1 to Medeama Sporting Club at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday.

Skipper Mahatma Otoo drew Hearts on level terms after Joseph Gordon had shot the visitors ahead.

But Lugard failed to deal with two innocuous efforts from former Hearts midfielder Eric Nyarko and Joseph Gordon as the Phobians slipped to their sixth defeat of the campaign.

Damba, former Ghana first choice goalkeeper says the 22-year-old Lugard was a disappointment.

“He is young and still learning and he made mistakes in the games. There were certain balls he should have dealt with. He was disappointing,” he said.

Experienced shot-stopper Sammy Adjei is expected to replace him for Hearts’ final fixture of the first round against King Faisal at the Baba Yara Stadium on Sunday.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. GH FUO, THINK BIG!!! says:

    FOOLISH DAMBA. WHO PUT A GUN TO UR HEAD TO START LUGGARD? UR TEAM IS LOSIN. DEFENCE IS POROUS. GOALIS IS A ROOKIE. WLDNT IT MAKE SENSE TO PLAY UR VETERANS GOALIES LIKE ADJEI N MCCARTHY SINCE THEY HVE MORE EXPERIENCE

  2. ko kofi says:

    it is time to use mccarthy as first choice to save the situation.

  3. Dr Who says:

    HEARTS technical handlers should shut up & fix their problems.Today its Duncan & tomorrow its Damba.They should stop blaming the players & find solutions.Its wrong for the farmer to blame the cutlass that failed to cut the weeds when he knew very well he took the wrong cutlass to the farm.

  4. 3TA PUI says:

    HAHA ADJO BR3WOO 3TA PUI MAKA





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