The club issued a statement to confirm his exit after he guided the team to a 1-1 draw at the Kumasi Baba Yara Sports Stadium against their rivals Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
Coach Samuel Boadu will leave with his hands held high after becoming one of the most decorated coaches in the league winning the league and the FA cup in his first year and another FA cup in his second year.
In his farewell post on his social media pages, Samuel Boadu wrote “ To a club and supporters I call family, to a chair I called father, to a mgt I called brothers and to players I called friends ..Tnx for the glorious moments we shared together…I am glad we won together and achieved the unimaginable in 2 years …see you around soon , Phobiaaaa”.
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