The team will return to the Sekondi Gyandu Park on Sunday, February 14, to play host to Pacific Heroes FC.
Kick off is the traditional 3:00pm and there’s everything to play for as Hasmal seek to bounce back to winning ways.
Coach Mustapha Fudail and his side are without a win in the last two outings keeping a gap of 3 points between the team and table toppers, Bibiani Gold Stars FC.
Last Time Out
Hasmal picked two points from the last two games against Swedru All Blacks and Venomous Vipers.
In these two outings, Hasmal has struck a goal and conceded one from a 84th minute spot-kick against Swedru All Blacks.
And the backline has maintained the shutout; not conceded in an open play in all six outings this season.
There are options upfront with the return of Emmanuel Ebahoah, Roger Lamptey and Eric Quashie to training.
There’s still doubt over the availability of Elvis Nyarko.
David Fianya also begun a light work over the week and his return will come as a major boost for the team.
There’s still caution over the observance of the protocols to curb the spread of the global pandemic, Covid-19 virus.
Nose masks, the use of sanitizer and the all-important social distancing.
Fans should kindly note that there’s a limited parking space at the Sekondi Gyandu Park and the advice is to opt for a public transport at all time.
Come around, support your team and let’s push for the sole slot available for the premier league.
Hasmal We Go Doooooo!