Ghanainan giant Accra Hearts of Oak, yesterday mutually parted ways with their coach Samuel Boadu after a poor start in the ongoing Ghana Premier League.
Hearts of Oak according to source, has started talking to some names for possible replacement of the vacant Coaching Job just after Boadu resignation.
A sports news understand the Phobians has three top managers on the list which one of them is likely to take over the job before the team start Africa campaign.
Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko leads the list of the favorite managers likely to take over the vacant Coaching Job.
Report says, the experience manager however is not interested in taking the vacant position even though some of the board members want his service.
Former player of the club, Laryea Kingston, according to source is likely to take over the assistant coach position.
The board also are in talk with an unknown manager for a possible replacement of already gone Samuel Boadu.
Meanwhile, the club has confirmed youth coach Samuel Nii Noi to take over the vacant position until the club appoint a permanent manager.
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