The former Medeama coach now working for Hearts of Oak, has once being a player for a lot of clubs. He was a star man in every club that he played for. Being a player for many clubs in Ghana won him a contract outside the country. He created a niche for himself as a player for many positions and wants to continue with his coaching career to also flourish the same way as he did as a player. But the situation been so good, we hope he'll get the strength and the ability with the required materials to attain his glories at Hearts of Oak. In today's profiling, our focus is on the Head Coach of the Ghana Under-15.
Currently, he is the Head Coach of Ghana Premier League side Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club. Samuel Boadu is a native of Tepa in the Ashanti Region but was born in Kumasi on February 24, 1986. He had his education at Adum Presby Basic and continue Junior High School with football being a major priority during his formative ages.
Boadu had his secondary education at Kumasi High School (Mmerante) and was an integral member of the school football team. He went further to Kumasi Polytechnic (Technical University) for his Higher National Diploma (HND) certificate in Purchasing and supply. Samuel Boadu started his football career at Real Ambassadors, a colts club at Tema and RTU colts club, Kumasi. He tasted at the second division level with Ahmadiyya Stars before moving to Ashanti Heroes and later to Bibiani Gold Stars in Division One. His ability to play in different positions won him a lot of admirers during his playing days. Boadu was a utility player, played across the backline in holding midfield.
For his good performance at Hearts of Oak has won him a position in Ghana Black Satellite which is an upgrade. The former Ghana U-15 head coach is a well developed coach who has been through the ranks with his experience from the lower sides. Before a coach can be appointed to U-15, then it means the person is a teacher and can control himself as a leader. This has helped the coach to progress players development on and off the pitch. It is a very good incursion because the coach gets enough time and train the players very well to overcome every hurdle as he is trying to do for the Phobians supporters.
He usually work with young chaps in every team that he has worked with to get the best out of them, but not any big names in the league or the club. He also featured in the Ghana in the Ghana Premier League with GAPOHA in the 2000-2001 season and moved to Berekum Arsenal for three seasons from 2001-2003 then later to Prestea Mines Stars from 2003-2007. He later travelled abroad to play in Burkina Faso for Asfa Yennega but was forced to retire from football following an injury in 2008.
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