Samuel Boadu, the former coach of Accra Hearts of Oak, made a triumphant return to the club, igniting their dormant spirits. After a prolonged 12-year drought, during which the club last clinched the Ghana Premier League title in 2009, Boadu played a pivotal role in breaking the curse and securing victory in 2021.
Under Boadu’s astute leadership, Accra Hearts of Oak accomplished remarkable feats, capturing an impressive tally of five titles within a span of two years. Notably, they triumphed in the FA Cup and the president’s cup, solidifying their dominance. Furthermore, Boadu’s strategic prowess rejuvenated the long-standing rivalry between Accra Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko, which had dwindled into silence over the years.
In a recent revelation by Samuel Boadu’s assistant coach, Hamzah Obeng Mohammed, there arises a promising prospect of a reunion with the Phobian Family. Mohammed asserts that their work with the team remains unfinished, indicating a potential return to the helm.
Accra Hearts of Oak has been in the spotlight as they diligently search for a new coach. Several notable names have emerged in the discussions, including Prosper Narteh, Ibrahim Tanko, Annor Walker, among others, further intensifying the intrigue surrounding their decision-making process.