Amankwah Mireku, a former captain of Hearts of Oak, has urged the organization’s leadership to focus on strengthening the team for the upcoming season rather than criticizing head coach Samuel Boadu.
After placing sixth with 48 points in the Ghana Premier League (GPL) , Samuel Boadu, who guided the team to a domestic triple in 2020/21, is under close examination.
Dr. Nyaho Nyaho Tamakloe, a member of the Hearts board, has criticized the coach for his poor performance in Africa and failure to defend the league.
Amankwah Mireku, however, argues that Samuel Boadu isn’t the club’s issue and has asked management to strengthen the team overall, especially the defense and midfield.
“Samuel Boadu is not Hearts of Oak’s problem; the club should rather strengthen their squad particularly the defense and midfield before the start of next season” he said.
Before the 2022–23 Ghanaian football season, Hearts of Oak will start its preseason.
Because they won the MTN FA Cup, they will participate in the CAF Confederation Cup.