Interesting days ahead as the presence of the coaches have now gotten enough recognition to prove a point to encourage their performance. Hearts of Oak has suffered very well with regards to the entire technical bench resigning from their job to look elsewhere for their progress to make reliable moves in their contracts. Starting from the head coach to the equipment and their driver has all shown the clb the red card not to work with them again. The former Ghana U-17 goalkeeper joined the club one and a half years ago but has decided to end his stay. It is understood that the goalkeepers' trainer is not happy with recent happenings and has hence decided to look elsewhere. Close sources have revealed that Ben Owu tendered in his resignation letter on Monday, February 15, 2021. The shocking news was that Hearts of Oak have lost two coaches in one day. As reported earlier, the team’s head coach Kosta Papic left the club and has taken to South Africa to take on a new job.
Owu becomes the third member of the club's technical team to resign after Head coach Kostadin Papic and his assistant coach Asare Bediako ended their stint with the club this month. He joined Hearts of Oak from fellow Ghana Premier League side AshantiGold SC. Owu had previous coaching stints with Hasaacas, Medeama SC and Kumasi-based King Faisal. Ben Owu was hinted on the club’s move to appoint a new goalkeepers’ trainer despite having a running contract with the club.
Following attempts by Hearts of Oak requesting for the availability of the goalkeepers’ trainer of Medeama SC, Owu thought it wise resigning from the post before he is sacked. Insiders say a Hearts of Oak board member contacted a management member of Medeama SC over the availability of their goalkeepers’ trainer for a possible appointment by the Phobians. Prince Owusu is said to have gone AWOL after failing to qualify the team to the semi finals of the CAF Confederation Cup last three seasons' ago.
What at all has been going on in our clubs performance all this while, as they keep switching camp from one team to another. This is nothing different from the normal style of resignation but look too weird on the part of the clubs allowing them to move freely without sitting them down to discuss about the happenings in the team that is threatening the coaches. Because other coaches eill come and the problem will still remains the same. Owu was in charge of the team last Sunday when they defeated Ebusua Dwarfs at their backyard by 2-0. With the club’s technical director Augustine Evans Adotey assigned to the Black Maidens, Owu will handle the team for the last three games.
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