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Heart of Oak Wins The League For the First Time In 12 Years

Accra Hearts of Oak has won the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League for the first time in twelve years. They clinched the title with victory over Liberty Professionals on Sunday after Kotoko lost to Bechem United 2-1.

This victory mean a lot to the Phobian family as they will use this to build the club awaiting to represent Ghana in the CAF Champions League next season, since people all over the world especially Africans have been asking the whereabout of Heart of Oak. They will never say die until their bones are rotting.

The Phobians have used over 20 coaches within this period including four different coaches this season, fortunately Samuel Boadu was destined to do the unthinkable.

Below is the team that led the club from difficulties to victory today with support from the majority shareholder Togbe Afede XIV;


Samuel Boadu - Head Coach

Hamza Obeng - Assistant Coach

Eric Amponsah - Goalkeepers Coach

W O Tandoh - Team Manager


Benjamin Mensah

Richard Attah

Richmond Ayi


Fatawu Abdul Mohammed

Larry Sumaila

Raddy Ovouka Machel

William Ntori Denkyi

Caleb Amankwah

Robert Addo Sowah

Mohammed Alhassan

Nuru Sulley

James Sewornu


Benjamin Afutu Kotey

Frederick Ansah Botchway

Emmanuel Nettey

Mamani Lawali

Nureeden Abdul Aziz

Salifu Ibrahim

Abdul Manaf Umar


Daniel Afriyie Barbie

Patrick Razak

Dominic Eshun

Michel Sarpong

Isaac Mensah

Kwadwo Obeng Jnr

Abednego Tetteh

Victor Aidoo.

Congratulations to Accra Hearts of Oak for not disappointing the supporters as they can now chill for winning the the league after 1-1 draw with Liberty, following Asante Kotoko's 2-1 away defeat to Bechem United.

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