By Akyereko Frimpong-Manson
Berekum Chelsea head coach Anthony Lokko has scoffed off Hearts of Oak?s chances of finishing in second place saying the Phobians do not have the gravitas to mount a challenge for the spot.
Lokko has managed to steer Chelsea from the relegation zone to 8th on the table.
On Wednesday, the former champions held Bechem United to a 0-0 draw at the Gyeabour Park.
Chelsea are 7 points shy off Hearts of Oak on 35 points and have a game to spare and Lokko believes the capital club will slip further on the table.
?Look at the points gap at the second place. We can catch up with Hearts but Kotoko have won the league title already and there is nothing anyone can do about it,? he told Accra-based Asempa FM.
?They don?t have a strong threatening side and we can catch them. Now our ambition is to finish among the best top four clubs at the end of the season.?
Chelsea will face off in a clash with the former African champions in a week 25 tie in mid April.