The Phobians started the 2022/23 league season on a bad note under the departed Samuel Boadu whose parted the club on mutual grounds.
Samuel Boadu won five trophies in a space of two and half seasons but could not begin the season on a good note.
He guided them to just two points in three opening games of the season and that angered fhe club’s following leading to his sack.
The club sacked Samuel Boadu and replaced him Serbian trainer, Slavko Matic who has transformed the team so far.
Hearts of Oak are on the verge of signing former Karela United striker, Diawusie Taylor to bolster their squad as they lack the cutting edge. The Phobians are billed to play the Black Galaxies who are preparing for the CHAN Tournament in Algeria.
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