Samuel Boadu makes a tangible move as they were expecting much from him. But it is always clear and vigil that you leave when the applauds are high. There is no need to beat your own records over and over again. He switch to one of the greatest clubs in Africa and the greatest in Ghana if not arguable. This club can shoot him from failure to fame for a steady progression. Now as Ghan U15 coach he is qualify to be the head coach or progress to a different senior side with his prospects. A pair of goals from sensational striker Prince Opoku-Agyemang in either half ensured the visitor's bag maximum points at the Accra Sports Stadium. The Mauve and Yellows are enjoying a fabulous run of form having won four and drawn once since their 2-1 defeat at home to Elmina Sharks. The Tarkwa-based side are living a dream this season as they continue to break barriers in the Ghanaian top-flight. On a beautiful Saturday night, Medeama coasted to an impressive win over their host and coach Samuel Boadu reserved special praise for his charges. "For today, I will congratulate the boys, they did well, and they played to instruction and tactically, we were disciplined on the field. So I give them maximum points, they did well”.
Coach Samuel Boadu has resigned from his post as head Coach of Medeama SC. The gaffer tendered in his resignation this evening citing personal reasons for his decision. It is unclear what led to his resignation from the club according to reports gathered. He previously coached Tarkwa-based club Medeama S.C. Prior to signing for Accra Heart of Oak, Boadu coached fellow Ghana Premier League side Medeama S.C. for 3-years. On 1 March 2021, the board of Hearts of Oak announced that he had signed a 3.5 year contract with the club, with the task of winning the Ghana Premier League in his full season, and guide the club into the African Champions League in the future. Boadu was in the dugout for the win that sent Medeama into second and two points behind leaders Karela United. “Coach Samuel Boadu has left the club. We will not be making any further comments. We wish him well,” Medeama wrote on Twitter.
Now that the management of most clubs have been splashing money in their teams, it has once become a norm that every step they will take deserves to be paid better and better than any other club. The decision to ensure that they deserve what they need in most cases is not easy and wish to continue from the good works elsewhere. The mileage the coaches want can only be accomplish by these big clubs in Ghana. Samuel Boadu is a Ghanaian professional football manager and former player who is currently coach of Accra Hearts of Oak S.C. in the Ghana Premier League and the Ghana national U-15 team. was in charge for four years following his appointment in 2017. His great works at Medeama has shot him into limelight with reports suggesting he is heading to Hearts of Oak. The Phobians are looking to appoint a new head coach before they face arch-rivals Asante Kotoko in the first Super Clash of the season on Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium.
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