Full back Stephen Owusu Ansah insists Inter Allies are looking forward to playing Hearts of Oak, claims he and his teammates will hold no fear for the Ghana Premier League giants.
Hearts of Oak will be welcomed to the Tema Sports Stadium on Sunday 29th March in the week 12 fixture of the 2014/15 First Capital Plus Premier League.
The Phobians managed to take all six points from Inter Allies last season and the Eleven Is To One are eager to make amends and turn the tables, insists Owusu Ansah.
“They (Hearts) are the most decorated and oldest existing club in the country and that alone should pose some fear when you meet them but this time, that’s not the case,” he told www.interalliesfc.com
“There’s nothing to fear about them as they don’t scare us, it’s a situation of having your team at the highest level and we are working towards that direction so nothing worry us about them.
“They were one of the sides that beat us home-and-away last season so we are taking this match very seriously in order to take the maximum pointson Sunday.”
Owusu Ansah has been a regular member of the team since he joined last season but missed the first games of the season to minor knee injury.
He walked straight to Paa Kwesi Fabin’s line up to his favorite right back position immediately he recovered.