Amidst mounting speculation about a potential return to Hearts of Oak, former head coach Samuel Boadu, has chosen to remain tight-lipped.
The Phobians have endured a torrid start to the 2023/24 betPawa Premier League season under Dutchman trainer Martinus Koopman.
The Accra-based giants have managed only one win and two goals scored in six matches, accumulating a total of six points out of a possible 18.
In response to inquiries by Graphic Sports regarding the possibility of his return to his former role, Boadu opted not to comment on the matter.
He stated that he wasn’t ready to discuss it at this time and simply replied, “I am sorry, I don’t want to talk about this.”
The uncertainty surrounding Boadu’s future adds to the intrigue surrounding the club’s situation and the desire of fans to see a turnaround in their performance.
He guided Hearts to the 2020/2021 Ghana Premier League title and also won back-to-back MTN FA Cups, Super Cup and the 2021 President’s Cup.