Ghana legend Asamoah Gyan has tipped Ghana Premier League giant Accra Hearts of Oak SC to bounce back stronger next season.
The former Liberty Professionals FC and Legon Cities FC striker believes the 2000 CAF Champions League winners have got what it takes to bounce back stronger from their slumber.
Hearts of Oak suffered a fourth straight defeat at the hands of Real Tamale United FC on Sunday afternoon at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Nonetheless, the all time Ghana top scorer is tipping the Rainbow Boys to recover from their misery and return to their lost glory days.
“When you watch Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak, you expect them to be at the top. With Hearts of Oak, I believe they will make a comeback.”
Gyan scored 51 international goals in 109 matches for Ghana’s Black Stars during his illustrious playing days with nine major tournament to his name.
Hearts of Oak SC are now battling relegation following their defeat to the Pride of the North lads and must at least pick a point away from home against Chelsea at the Golden City park in Berekum.