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Accra Hearts of Oak has got the appropriate platform for the realization of their objectives - Fan

Coach Boadu has been the supporters choice and have been given a whole lot of names like Guardiola, Pochetino et al, due to his tactical sense of the game. It was very astonishing and difficult in some sense to believe that the players were not prepared for the match which led to his first lose. Because Ashantigold controlled the pitch with more players controlling the style of play for Hearts of Oak players who was caught floating balls out of their danger zone.

These performance last Saturday made the board members very angry looking the well invested club in Ghana now and their style doesn't speak for them. The coach was really confuse as the board kept on advising and cautioning him to be careful and win some trophy for the club. The 35-year-old met the playing body and some members of the technical team after their lose against Ashantigold fc at their St Thomas Acquainas training grounds. Hearts made the long-expected appointment of former Medeama, Asokwa Deportivo and Shooting Stars coach official.

The Ghana Under-15 coach has signed a three and half year deal with the Phobians and was been announced as the new man after a meeting with the club's board chairman Togbe Afede XIV. Speaking at the unveiling ceremony, Board Chairman and Patron of Accra Hearts of Oak, Togbe Afede XIV, said the club is confident Boadu is the right man for the job.

“Our commitment is to work with him for several years, so we can achieve success together.” He said. “His ambition is consistent with ours, we think we need someone like him and he has also confirmed his belief in the fact that he needs a club like Accra Hearts of Oak to give him the appropriate platform for the realization of his objectives. “So this I believe is a match made in heaven, a meeting of desires and we expect a mutually beneficiary relationship that will last several years.” Samuel Boadu on his part said it has been a dream of his to coach the Ghana Premier League giants. “I had been looking for this opportunity for quiet long,” he said. “This is the time for me to be part of the Phobia family. I am proud to call myself the Head Coach of Accra Hearts of Oak. “I will do my very best and work very hard for Accra Hearts of Oak," he added.

It is the wish for a lot of old players to make the coach fail to succeed. But it is said that, what God has put together no man can put asunder, making sure that good things work in their favor the coach has establish a good rapport with the playing body and the entire board members. It was impressive when Togbe Afede XIV gave him the maximum support and encouraged him to make an impressive remark in the league. The silverware has waited for too long and needs to work harder than what his players doing now to bring back the confident. The packages for Ashantigold match was all some sort of motivation to see the team win their third match on the row and push to the top of the league table. As a matter of fact sources reveal that coaches suffer from members of the board trying to influence player selection among others of which has attributed to some reasons for former head coach Kosta Papic’s resignation from the club. This is a club that sacks coaches with ease for a plethora of reasons; some been flemsie. A categorical example is former Japanese coach, Kenichi Yatshuashi who was sacked for being disrespectful to the board. Boadu will supervised his new team in a difficult first encounter task as head coach against West Africa Football Academy (WAFA), at the Accra Sports Stadium. It is left to be seen whether the new Hearts of Oak gaffer will be able to sail through these uncharted territory. Boadu would however need the football gods to tilt results in his favor as he begins his “dream job” as a coach. And I pray fervently the gods of football favor him during his stay with the club.

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