Another strange and disheartening news coming from the training grounds of Accra Hearts of Oak indicates that the head coach, Slavko Matić has lambasted the striker, Kwadwo Obeng Junior due to his performance today.
According to the sports analyst nicknamed Testa, the players of Accra Hearts of Oak trained today due to their next match against Dreams FC.
During the training, Kwadwo Obeng Junior was underperforming as he wasted a lot of chances by shooting into his opponent's goalpost whiles the defense was extremely strong.
Coach Slavko Matić prompted Kwadwo Obeng Junior several times but he failed to abide by the coach's words.
Coach Slavko Matić became extremely angry and since he could not control his temper, he called Kwadwo Obeng Junior aside to have a word with him.
As Coach Slavko Matić was having a word with Kwadwo Obeng Junior, he lost his cool and began to lambast him in front of the other players whiles the training was ongoing.
Kwadwo Obeng Junior felt ashamed since he was been lambasted in front of his colleagues.
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