first_imgEdubiase (10th) last five games: D W L W LHearts (11th) last five games: W L L D DIs the oak tree strengthening its roots after it appeared to be heading for a fall?After spending four days in the relegation zone, they have successfully battled to come out of it.Their shocking but emphatic 4-0 victory over Heart of Lions sought to remind everyone although they may be going through some troubles, they intend to stay.The return of their ‘old guards’ has sparked a fresh start for the Phobians but Abdul Salam’s Edubiase will have their say come Saturday. The Bekwai based side have promised to bring their own board members to the stadium as also serve a counter act to the Phobians. Edubiase would hope to send a simple positive feedback to their fans after continuously sending mixed messages following on and off results. Speaking after the 4-0 win, Foovi Aguidi – who scored twice – spoke about the game plan“If we cannot hold the ball in midfield ,we cannot play the game .Emmanuel Hayford did well,he helped us. Sarbah too helped us. I was supporting Selasie and I can hold the ball and play like I want.The coach gave me a free role and it’s nice. Today we held the ball in midfield very well.”He was further asked what had changed in his play that led to him bringing out this performance. Foovi said: “It is team work”.He added: “I will work hard. I am a striker and I cannot score two goals and say I am a happy striker. We had to win because our position on the table was not good for us. As for the fans, I honestly don’t think I did anything for them. Two goals are not enough. They need more so I want to do more”. Kickoff is 3pm. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img