The management of Accra Hearts of Oak a few days unveiled its new coach to continue from where his predecessor left.
Hearts of Oak has been without a head coach after parting ways with former coach Kostadin Papic on mutual grounds. I remember the departure of the former coach, Kostadin Papic created misfeelings among supporters eventually leading to some of the members on the technical bench and management resigning. That unfortunate happening affected the psyche of the players onwards.
Later the call for a new coach became a talk of the day. Fortunately, the former Medeama coach, Samuel Boadu has signed a three year deal with Accra Hearts of Oak and tasked to win a double this season.
Already there are a lot of talks among some people indicating Coach Samuel cannot deliver or will fail.
Yes those are opinions and everyone is entitled to his or her own. Meanwhile should management and the Hearts of Oak fraternity throw their weights behind Coach Samuel Boadu, I believe he will deliver.
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