Hearts Coach Cries For Fair Officiating in FA Cup
Head coach of Hearts of Oak, Samuel Boadu is shifting gear to the FA Cup on Thursday after a painful loss in week 24 to rivals, Kotoko in Kumasi. The Phobians suffered a 17th minute deficit after Aziz Nurudeen brought down Fabio Gama for Cameroon striker, Franck Mbella to slot home the only goal from the spot.
Hearts of Oak Coach Recommends Top Midfielder For Registration
Head coach of Hearts of Oak, Samuel Boadu will soon have his defensive midfield headache become a thing of the past. Africa-foot.com can report that, midfielder, Abdul Aziz Nurudeen will be registered when the second 2021/22 transfer window officially opens for Ghanaian clubs in February. The Ghana Football Association has announced February 1, 2022, for the second transfer and registration of players into the domestic and international systems.
The midfield dynamo of Accra Hearts of Oak is back with agility and focus
Accra hearts of oak is boost with the return of mildfielder general Abdul Aziz Nurudeen ahead of match day 27 fixture against Dewu Dreams fc on Sunday. The super mildfielder has been out for three weeks now due to an Injury he picked in the last game he featured.
Aziz Nurudeen: A Perfect Tonic For Hearts of Oak’s Ailing Defensive Midfield
“Defensive Midfield” is an important role in a football club and players in that department are key to coaches’ match day tactics. As “destroyers”, their work rate is needed to protect a club’s goal, defend a particular zone or man-mark a specific opponent.
Aziz Nurudeen is Yet to Fill The Shoes of Benjamin Afutu
Hearts of Oak’s defensive midfield role experienced hitches when Benjamin Afutu Kotey left for Egypt club, El Sharkia Dokhan Club. Abdul Aziz Nurudeen looks to have filled the position after returning from an eight months injury layoff but club coach, Samuel Boadu believes the former Vision FC midfielder has a long way to go after his comeback.
I can’t wait to start playing next season - Hearts of Oak midfielder
There is no news more refreshing for a footballer than being given the green light by doctors to start training after a lengthy injury layoff. Such news make the footballer want to immediately get onto the football field and start kick and running but it will be necessary to start the recovery process very gradually and fully recover.
I’m Not Worried About Missing Samuel Boadu’s Squad - Hearts of Oak Midfielder
Returning from injury is the best ever news for every footballer globally but staying fit and breaking into the starting eleven of a coach is the main task for each and every player in the world. That is the main task and duty Hearts of Oak midfielder, Abdul Aziz Nurudeen is currently grappling with after returning from a lengthy injury from last season.
I want to win the CAF Champions League with Hearts of Oak - Top midfielder opens up
Every single footballer globally who is making a return from a long injury lay off will treat the news as a welcoming one. However, staying fit and breaking into the starting line up of the coach who is in charge of the club is the main task. Injury brings a lot of set backs for a player especially when he is a key player for the particular club.
I Will Soon Make a Huge Return to Hearts of Oak - Top Midfielder Asserts
Accra Hearts of Oak midfielder, Abdul Aziz Nurudeen is not giving up on coming back stronger to play for the Phobians any time soon. The 23-year-old has been out of the Accra Hearts of Oak squad for almost a year due to a muscle injury. Nurudeen had been sidelined by the injury for eight months before recovering to start training with the Phobians but is yet to play any competitive game under coach Samuel Boadu.