Accra Hearts of Oak defender, Mohammed Alhassan says he feels refreshed to be back to training after the one-week break granted them.
Mohammed, together with his teammates returned to training on Monday ahead of the resumption of the BETPAWA Ghana Premier League.
Ghana, like many other countries, has suspended their Premier League to honour the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Hearts’ training regime is led by Serbian trainer, Slavko Matic. The aim is to keep the players in good shape in readiness for the task ahead.
Mohammed Alhassan shared these words,
“Personally, I feel refreshed after that break. I think that should go for all the players as well. It was a good rest for us all.
“So far, it’s been excellent and we are positive that when the League starts, we will give a good account of ourselves”.
He added that “Everyone will want to play a part in the games but it all depends on what you do at the training grounds and what the coaches want to see. It’s team work so we work together as a team and succeed together as a team.
“We are all working for the betterment of this team so whoever gets the opportunity to feature in any of the games knows very well that they have to give off their very best. For me, my focus is clear and that is to always give my best. I believe in my capabilities and I know the fans appreciate me as well”.
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