Coach Samuel Boadu on cloud nine after dream move to Hearts of Oak

Published on: 03 March 2021

Newly appointed Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu has expressed joy after securing a move to dream club, Hearts of Oak.

Boadu, a former trainer of Division One side Asokwa Deportivo appointment as Hearts of Oak coach was confirmed on Monday after he shockingly resigned from Medeama.

He signed a three and half year deal and will be paid $2,500 a month. It is believed Hearts influenced Boadu's decision to quit Medeama as they offered him GHS 70,000 as an enticement.

The 35-year-old has replaced Serbian Kosta Papic, who quit the club after just three months in charge.

Speaking after his unveiling, he could not hide his affections and said he has been looking for the opportunity for quiet long.

“I will like to use this opportunity to thank the President and the board of Hearts of Oak to let me be part of this beautiful family”

“I will like to say God bless them because I have been looking for this opportunity for quiet long and I believe this is the time for me to be part of Phobia family”

“I’m so proud of myself to be a coach for Phobia” he said.

“I will bring out my best, I will bring my heart out to work extra hard for the club”