Accra Hearts of Oak striker, Kofi Kordzi says the club might be having tough times in the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League season but is certain they will soon bounce back.
The bulky striker is experiencing some torrid moments, having struggled to find his scoring boots in the domestic season.
In Hearts of Oak’s opening three drawn games and a defeat of the season, Kordzi has found the net twice – first, an opener in their 1-1 finish at West Africa Football Academy in week two and same score line at home to two time Ghana champions, Aduana Stars in the third week.
The 26-year-old fired blanks against Legon Cities in opening day and the fourth week defeat at AshantiGold in Len Clay Stadium.
He has scored just once in three games of the Phobians’ continental campaign. He fired Hearts of Oak’s opener in their 2-0 win over Guinea side, Club Industriel de Kamsar in the CAF Champions League preliminary stage at the Accra Sports Stadium.
After elimination from the CAF Champions League, Kofi Kordzi is yet to score for Hearts against Algeria side, JS Saoura which they defeated 2-0 in the first leg CAF Confederation Cup at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The return fixture will take place Béchar on Sunday with the Phobians sitting on Ibrahim Salifu and Isaac Agyenim Boateng’s two goals advantage from the first leg.
The 21 time Ghana champions need a win, a draw or a slim loss to qualify for the group stage of the CAF Confederation Cup.
Kofi Kordzi tweeted:
Kofi Kordzi signed for Hearts of Oak in 2019 from Second Division club, Royals FC in a three year deal. He subsequently joined Qatari club, Al Muaither SC for the 2020/21 league season which he completed on a high.
He made a return to the Phobians after the expiration of his short spell in Qatar and has since been coach Samuel Boadu’s leading striker.