After announcing the signing of some players, Accra Hearts of Oak probable line up for 2022/23 season has emerged, it appears most of the new signings may have to occupy the bench with the hope of getting playing time along the line. The probable line up comes in a 4-3-3 system.
Goalkeeper Richard Atta gets the chance to man the post for the rainbow club in the probable line up. He is chosen ahead of new goalkeeper Eric Ofori Antwi.
Samuel Inkoom goes for the right full back position while Dennis Korsah takes charge of the left full back side. New arrival Konadu Yiadom and Mohammed Alhassan will be playing as central defenders.
In midfielder, Suraj Seidu is paired with Gladson Awako and Asiedu. Among the three players, one will be deployed as a holding midfielder with the duo surging forward to join attack.
The attack is made up of Daniel Afriyie Barnieh, Kojo Obeng Junior and Isaac Mensah. Two will take care of wings with the other player working as the middleman or the center forward.
Per the probable line up, Konadu Yiadom and Asiedu are then new players with the opportunity to start for Accra Hearts of Oak. Accra Hearts of Oak will be announcing other signings in days time.
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