Hearts of Oak Coach Waxes Lyrical About 2010 UEFA Champions League Winner Sulley Muntari

Hearts of Oak Coach Waxes Lyrical About 2010 UEFA Champions League Winner Sulley Muntari

Lukman Mumuni
July 1, 2022 at 9:55 PM
  • Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu has praised for Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari for leading by example at the club
  • The 2010 UEFA Champions League winner joined the Ghanaian giants in February helping the Phobians win the FA Cup
  • Samuel Boadu was surprised by the former AC Milan and Inter Milan's star level of humility during his time with Hearts

Accra Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu has lauded veteran midfielder Sulley Muntari for showing great humility at the club.

The former AC Milan and Inter star joined the Phobians in February after an illustrious career abroad.

Muntari helped the Phobians win the FA Cup last weekend and coach Samuel Boadu has been full of praise for the ex-Ghana international.

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Samuel Boadu has been singing praises of former Black Stars midfielder Sulley Muntari. Credit: @442GH
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"Sulley doesn't think I'm a small coach because he has worked with bigger coaches. Sulley respects himself and respects me. Absolutely, 100%. Sulley Muntari, Inkoom and Awako are quality additions for our Africa campaign," Boadu told Asempa FM.

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Sulley Muntari has now added a domestic silverware to the many title he won during his days with Portsmouth and Inter Milan in Europe.

He was part of the historic Inter Milan team that won the treble in 2010.

Meanwhile, the Phobians will represent Ghana in the CAF Confederation Cup after winning the FA Cup.

Hearts coach Samuel Boadu declares himself the best in Ghana

Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Head coach of Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak, Samuel Boadu, has labelled himself as the best coach in the country.

Samuel Boadu ended the 2021/22 campaign in style after leading Hearts to FA Cup glory following victory over Bechem United.

Despite losing the Ghana Premier League to fierce rivals Asante Kotoko, Boadul boldly claimed on Asempa FM, he remains the best coach in the country.

Sulley Muntari shares heartwarming moment with Memphis Depay

Memphis Depay has finally met one of his football idols Sulley Muntari during his visit to Ghana as the pair shared a pitch together in Accra.

Muntari, a 2010 UEFA Champions League winner, joined the Barcelona star for a community game in Madina, a suburb of Ghana's capital.

In a video posted on social media, Depay was excited to meet Muntari, giving him a big hug as the ex-Inter Milan star dressed up for the game.

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