Chief Executive Officer of Aduana Stars, Albert Commey has revealed their plans to deny Hearts of Oak getting a point at Dormaa.
Aduana Stars have begun the season on a very good note winning three matches and drawing just one of their four matches played.
The former league champions will play Hearts of Oak at the Dormaa Sports Stadium on Sunday in the match day five fixture of the Ghana Premier League.
The Phobians had a shaky start but recorded their first win against Wa All Stars at the Accra Sports Stadium in the match day four fixture.
But the respected football administrator believes they respect the Phobians but they lose on Sunday at the Dormaa Sports Stadium.
“We are playing against Hearts of Oak in our next game.” He told Asempa FM. “We respect them but at our home grounds we will take our three points.
“We will make sure we prepare enough for that match but we are not afraid playing against them. I know it is more dangerous match.
“We know football unite people but on the felid of play there is nothing like friendship. Whatever results that comes at the end of the game will be a through reflection of the match but I must say that we need this three points than anything and I am saying that Hearts of Oak will fall on Sunday at Dormaa whether they like it or not.” He added.
Aduana Stars are currently leading the league table with 10 points.