Accra Hearts of Oak is expected to move to camp this week for the final phase of the team’s preseason programme ahead of the start of the 2020-21 Ghana football season.
The team have been training in Accra for over a month now as coach Edward Odoom and the technical team takes the boys through their paces to get them well prepared for the new campaign.
The players and the technical team members will all be subjected to Covid-19 tests before heading to the camping base for the final preparations before the team plays the first league game of the season.
They are expected to remain at the camping base outside Accra for the remainder of the preseason period.
Coach Odoom has expressed satisfaction with the output of the players so far and believes the work they have done will set them on course for a successful campaign next season.
“We will be moving to camp to put the finishing touches to our preparation for the new season, and, we should be ready for the start of the competition,” Coach Odoom told Hearts News.
Hearts will open their account in the 2020-21 Ghana Premier League campaign with an away encounter against Aduana Stars at Dormaa when the new season begins on the weekend of November 13-15, 2020.