Ghana Premier League

Samuel Boadu bids emotional farewell to Hearts of Oak

Samuel Boadu has waved goodbye to Hearts of Oak in a statement published on social media after both sides parted ways on Tuesday.

Boadu and his entire backroom staff were relieved off their duty after a slow start to the 2022/23 Premier League season.

The Phobians are without a win three games into the season – lost once and drawn twice with the latest being the 1-1 stalemate against Asante Kotoko at the Baba Yara Stadium on Sunday.

Hearts are of the opinion that there is the need for a new direction and the energy to ensure its broader objectives are achieved and it feels the time for that new direction.

“To a club and supporters I call family, to a chair I called father, to a mgt I called brothers and to players I called friends ..Tnx for the glorious moments we shared together…I am glad we won together and achieved the unimaginable in 2 years …see you around soon , Phobiaaaa,” coach Boadu posted on his twitter page.

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Boadu led the Accra-based side to their first league title two seasons ago. He also won back-to-back MTN FA Cups, Super Cup and the 2021 President’s Cup during his time at the club.

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