The best to have happened to every fan of Accra Hearts Of Oak now in Ghana and across the globe is the Ghana Premier League triumph this season.
It is if no secret that out of the major domestic trophies in the country, the league title which has eluded the club for about ten years is what they cry for especially watching their sworn rivals Kumasi Asante Kotoko win it a couple of times in the space of the ten years.
Now, every phobian can confidently say that they are league champions with huge credit to the current boss Samuel Boadu who made this happen.
Here, we look at the statistics of the head coach, Samuel Boadu since joining Hearts Of Oak midway through the season from fellow Premier League side Medeama SC.
Boadu has played a total number of seventeen games for Hearts Of Oak since his appointment and it will surprise you that he has lost just two out of those games in the league.
He drew four and won eleven coupled with an eleven-game unbeaten run including a 1:0 win against Asante Kotoko in the process.
So now, you will understand why some fans have started comparing Boadu to the legendary Cecil Jones Attuquayefio who achieved a lot with the club.
The club's next task will be a final league game away to WAFA tomorrow where they will be handed the league trophy.
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