Sam Johnson, a former player for Accra Hearts of Oak, believes that the club won’t face any repercussions for firing head coach Samuel Boadu.
On Monday, September 26, 2022, Boadu was dismissed from the Ghana Premier League following a three-game losing streak.
Johnson thinks that another manager can improve the Phobians’ current situation, just as Boadu took over and transformed things for the club.
“I don’t think so, when somebody was sacked he came in and things went well. So he can also go and somebody will come and things will go well but it’s two things, it can go well and it can go bad, that one you can’t take it away from football”.
He also suggested that the team hire a manager who is qualified for the position.
“They are supposed to plan a long time ago before Samuel Boadu going out so they need to bring somebody who is ready to do the job.”, he added.
In the first three games of the new season, Boadu led Hearts of Oak to a loss to Aduana Stars before drawing with Great Olympics and Asante Kotoko.
He played for the team for two seasons during which time he won six trophies, including the Ghana Premier League, the MTN FA Cup, the Super Cup, and others.