- Ghana Premier League giants Hearts of Oak have parted ways with coach Samuel Boadu after three games into the new season
- The former Medeama SC coach is leaving the club after win the Ghana Premier League and the FA Cup in two seasons
- Hearts of Oak have had a difficult start to the season after three games without a win in the Ghana Premier League
Accra Hearts of Oak have ended their relationship with coach Samuel Boadu just three games into the new season.
Samuel Boadu leaves after winning the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League and back-to-back FA Cup with the Phobians.
In a statement posted on social media, the club confirmed they have parted ways with the former Medeama SC coach.
Samuel Boadu joined the club in 2021 from Medeama SC, leading the club to Ghana Premier League success the same here. He also won the FA Cup after beating Ashantigold in the final.
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Hearts of Oak reached the second round of the CAF Champions League under coach Samuel Boadu last season, getting eliminated by eventual champions Wydad Athletic Club.
The former African champions were also eliminated failed to make the group stage of the CAF Confederation Cup after defeat to Algeria's JS Saoura.
Hearts of Oak draw against Kotoko in Kumasi
The defender netted with three minutes remaining to cancel a second half strike by Kotoko's Yussif Mubarik.
After a goalless first half, Asante Kotoko broke the deadlock following a well-worked freekick which deflected Hearts defender Kanadu Yiadom, finding its way to Mubarik, who smashed it home in the 55th minute.
Hearts fans taunt Kotoko supporters with Kadiogo chants
Accra Hearts of Oak supporters reminded fans of Asante Kotoko of their recent defeat after chanting Kadiogo moments before the Super Clash at the Baba Yara stadium.
The two Ghanaian football powerhouse lock horns on matchday three of the domestic topflight league in Kuamsi.
In a video posted on social media, fans of Hearts of Oak loudly taunted Asante Kotoko with Kadiogo chants.
Source: Sports Brief News