Heartland seek redemption against Go Round - Madu

The handler of the team is bullish that the Naze Millionaires won’t be consumed by their home loss to Enugu Rangers

Heartland coach Ramson Madu has described their home loss to Enugu Rangers as 'unfortunate' but assures that they will rediscover their form against Go Round on Wednesday.

The Naze Millionaires were stunned by a determined Gbenga Ogunbote side - who ended their underwhelming start to the season.

“It was an unfortunate loss that we all thought would never happen,” Madu told Goal.

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"We were so much in high spirits ahead of the encounter with the optimism that we would get our first win of the season but it never was.

“We know Go Round very well and we are going to visit Omoku with expectations that we can equally surprise them there irrespective of what results have been between us in recent time," he added.

Heartland are 18th in the league table with two points from three games ahead of Go Round game billed for the Krisdera Hotel Stadium.     

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