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“Hearts of Oak Had No Option But To Appoint A New Coach” - Ghana Legend

Ex-Ghana international, Laryea Kingston says Hearts of Oak did not have any option but to appoint a coach going into Africa.

The Phobians will be away to Mali club, AS Real Bamako in the first leg of the CAF Confederation Cup before hosting them in Accra a week later.

The club has appointed David Ocloo and he will lead the club in Africa as an assistant following the exit of Samuel Boadu.

Laryea Kingston says the club had no option but to hire a coach who will lead the club in Africa and beyond.

“He needs time, it will take time for the players to get used to but the situation that Hearts of Oak find themselves, they don’t have any option than to find someone that can lead the team.

“I think that’s what they’ve done but I think it will be very good to have maintained Samuel Boadu because they know what is at stake.

“They know that they are in Africa and the league as well so it will be good to maintain Samuel Boadu so that in the second round, they take that decision.” Laryea Kingston told Adamu Muftawu of Radio Gold Talk Sport.

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