Seth Hoffman has lauded his players for playing to the book during their 0-0 draw with Hearts Of Oak.
According to Hoffman, although the referee handed some sort of advantage to the away side in the cause of the game, a point is okay for his team.
Berekum Chelsea held Hearts to a stalemate at the Golden City Park on matchday ten of the ongoing campaign.
The draw is Hoffman’s second game in charge of the side after his appointment two weeks ago.
“I would say my boys were discipline on the field of play. I know Hearts of Oak and me respect them but you could see that all the 50-50 balls and the duels the referee ruled in favour of them. But we put it aside. We had a point instead of three points.” He said after the match
“Now we will go to the drawing board and put things in order before our away game against King Faisal. It’s been two weeks since I came and you can see a lot of changes.” He added