Hearts of Oak will today, August 19, resume training ahead of CAF Champions League qualifiers against Guinean side CI Kamsar.
The Phobians were drawn against the Guinean side for the preliminary round of Africa’s elite inter-club competition.
The club’s involvement in the CAF Champions League means Samuel Boadu’s charges begin their 2021/2022 season earlier than other Ghana Premier League clubs.
The Ghanaian top-flight will commence in October.
Hearts of Oak after winning the double gave the players a little over a week break.
Meanwhile, Hearts of Oak have been busy in the current transfer window, signing 6 players so far and thus the team will see new faces during the first training.
Signings include Gladson Awako from Great Olympics, Salim Adams from New Edubiase, Enoch Asubonteng and Suraj Seidu from WAFA, Kofi Kordzi on free transfer and Benjamin Yorke from Samatex FC.
Although the reigning champions are officially yet to announce the signings, the players are expected to join the team’s training on Wednesday.