The second team of WAFA is typically seen in the lineup of Accra Hearts of Oak. These young players are pushing very much to be a real contenders of the league.
Putting the right thing in place, the Phobians will be a force to reckon with when it comes to winning of trophies. Last season the team that was the league champions and third on the log has been clicking very well.
The youngster at the RedBull Arena have prove beyond reasonable doubt that, in every perfect position they need an equally good players to be in the helm of the affairs.
The defender was to go for trials outside the country and continue to upgrade the way they can push to get the best offer.
But Hearts of Oak did some awesome work that needs to be commended by the management of that time. During the start of the season, they got the player in their contract and sign a pre contract terms with him.
So all news have gone to sleep as Hearts of Oak is the best option and first team to decide whether they need his services or not. Konadu Yiadom started from the WAFA Academy with Enoch Asubonteng, Augustine Boakye and others.
But they are all playing actively on their teams day in and day out to show how they can easily make the difference. The pattern of the Accra Hearts of Oak team will be changing from the normal routine to a well possessive team.
We want to see the level at which the club want to find their rhythm in the near future if the players left. With a lot of hopeful recognition in the team with a whole lot of better deals.
Konadu Yiadom can not be the only player to turn the team around unless the players need to up their performance to meet the incoming players who are with the club.
The coming of these kind of players brings some extra pressure on the coach to make a better results for the supporters.
Konadu Yiadom is a tried and tested player who needs to get much playing time to keep his position very discipline.
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