“No Phobian is happy with this kind of results,” he told Accra based Starr FM.
“We’ve had discussions with the players and team officials and the only way we can bounce back is to work hard. So we have accepted the challenge and we are working harder than before to get the results that we are hoping for,” he added.
Hearts of Oak will face Algerian side JS Saoura in the CAF Confederations Cup playoffs on Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Meanwhile, 10,000 fans have been approved by CAF to watch the game.