Ghanaian professional and hard-working coach Samuel Boadu has proven to be one of the best coaches to have managed Accra Hearts of Oak. Samuel Boadu has successfully qualified Hearts of Oak to the CAF Confederation Cup next season.
This is the second time he has been able to take Hearts of Oak to play in Africa. Last year he won the 2020/2021 Ghana Premier league and that gave him the ticket to play in the CAF Champions League. So in two years the talented head coach of Hearts of Oak has qualified the club to two African tournaments (both CAF Champions league and now the CAF Confederation Cup).
Hearts of Oak brilliantly won the 2022 FA Cup in style today at the Accra Sports Stadium. Evem though the game was very tough but the Phobians proved to better team in the second half.
The game ended in a 1-1 score at the first half, but a brilliant strike from Daniel Afriyie Barnie made it 2-1. Now Hearts of Oak has won 12 FA Cup trophies, 2 in two years.
And all the glory should go to their coach Samuel Boadu for being a fantastic coach throughout all these years.
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