Hearts lacked killer intsinct upfront against Kotoko - Duncan
By Ameenu Shardow
Hearts of Oak coach David Duncan admits his side did not have enough firepower to hurt Asante Kotoko.
The Phobians grinded out a 0-0 draw with the champions at the Baba Yara Stadium on Sunday.
The draw has been hailed by several Hearts of Oak faithfuls considering problems the team has been saddled with in recent times.
And Duncan who assumed the reigns of the team a few days ahead of their away trip to Kotoko says a lot more work needs to be done to improve the forward lines.
“This is a team that hasn’t played together for a long time, the telepathy is not there,” he said.
“So what we had to do was to put a lot of men behind the ball and try to catch them on the counter.
“But as you saw, we didn’t have the men to do that. So it is an area we need to improve”
Hearts are now 1oth in the Ghanaian top flight haven won two, drawn two and lost three in the seven matches played so far.