Assistant Coach of Accra Hearts of Oak, David Ocloo has expressed optimism in turning around their 3-goal deficit against Real Bamako of Mali in the CAF Confederations Cup.
The Phobians will host the Malian Cup winners in the second preliminary round return leg at the Accra Sports Stadium this Sunday.
David Ocloo has assured Hearts fans of qualification to the next round.
“This is a no-match. I can confidently say we can turn this around. We played well. We created a lot of chances but no clinical. We are going to right the wrongs. They are beatable.”, he said.
Hearts of Oak exited the CAF Confederations Cup at the play-off round last season following a 4-2 aggregate defeat against Algeria’s JS Saoura.
The Ghanaian giants are one-time champions of the competition in 2004.