Charles Taylor, a former Hearts of Oak player, has advised his old club not to fire coach Samuel Boadu.
Boadu is under a lot of pressure this season, after winning the Ghana Premier League ( title last season.
Samuel Boadu, who joined the Phobians in the second part of last season, was instrumental in the club’s first league title in 13 years, as well as the MTN FA Cup.
The Phobians, on the other hand, have not impressed this season. With 10 games remaining, they are 15 points behind league leaders Kotoko.
Taylor, on the other hand, believes things will improve and has asked the club for a long-term deal for Boadu.
“Hearts of Oak should not touch Samuel Boadu. They should rather make another Jones Attuquayefio out of him”
“He should be backed and given a 10-year contract to rebuild the club. He has shown what he can do given the needed support” he added.