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Anything good takes time for Richard Baidoo to taste his first GPL match for Hearts

The former Auroras and Karela loaned goalkeeper is yet to make an opening encounter with Aduana.

The goalkeepers at Accra Hearts of Oak is always getting better than never.

They need just some ample time because Hearts of Oak have other replacement for every position.

In the team, we consider a lot from all the players especially the midfielders.

Now the Ghana Black Stars have call up for the services of Richard Attah and have now decided to engage more local players.

What keeps pondering Ghanaians is that, why is the best player of the GPL not given the opportunity to play their matches.

The players that were just average in the league are even performing better how come the best among the team can’t get the call up.

We have seen the likes of Richard Attah who is yet to get a starting lineup in the team. He is on the bench considering the young and foreign goalkeeper Joojo Walocott.

Richard Attah’s absence have created a lot of competitiveness in the Hearts of Oak goalkeeping department.

From what we saw on the accounts of Richard Baidoo at Karela United last season, then he stands a chance of given Hearts the maiden choice to start ahead of the others.

We can only see the supporters very prepared to see that good and young goalkeeper in poles.

Just as he came in with a lot of respect, Richmond Ayi have not impressed the most with what we have seen so far.

This is a must win match for Hearts and the team needs to get their best squad after two matches draw.

Richard Baidoo looks favourite for all the players and the supporters.

He is the best competitor for the Richard Attah and others are even looking ahead for Richard Attah to be benched.

This is the way the WAC coach described the goalkeeper to be heavy and not quick to the ground.

But Hearts of Oak should consider Baidoo who is good in his reflexes.

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