‘Don’t Expect A Miracle’

Football - 2013 / 2014 Ghana Premier League - Liberty Professionals v InterAllies - AccraHERBERT Addo has warned Hearts fans not to expect any ‘miracle’ signings ahead of the start of the new season.

The experienced tactician is expected to held his first training session with the side last Tuesday after signing a two-year contract with them.

Hearts have been linked with a string of players in the Africa country, from Medeama’s duo Foli Adade and Hans Kwoffie, Aduana Stars defender Godfred Saka to New Edubiase playmaker Asiedu Atobrah.

The former Inter Allies coach, however insists his main concern is about maintaining performance levels of the current crop of players.

“There are players who have played their heart out over the period. Those are the ones we must be looking at,” he said

“What I worry about is to get them to play at their full potential.

“If we perform at full potential we cannot expect any miracle from outside, we want to make things happen inside.”

Hearts are keen to rediscover their form after playing catch-ups to Kotoko over the past three seasons.

Hearts last won the League title in 2008.

Meanwhile, Hearts have watered down reports that new coach Herbert Addo received a signing on fee of US$150,000.

The experienced trainer has signed a two-year deal to take charge of the capital club- for the second time in his career.

“We categorically deny your report that coach Herbert Addo was paid $150,000 as signing on fee before joining us. It also not correct that the coach will receive at least $2,000 as monthly salary,” a Hearts statement read.

“As a responsible institution, we cannot be pushed to breach confidentiality with regard to the remuneration of coach Herbert Addo.

“Nonetheless, we wish to state emphatically that coach Herbert Addo’s monthly salary as given in your story is far from correct, while the fantastic enticement fee you quoted is much further off the mark.”

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