President of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt Okraku has supported Hearts of Oak coach, Samuel Boadu to boot
back after a tough defence to the Premier League title.
Samuel Boadu is under tension after his team lost to Asante Kotoko in Kumasi, and are currently 16 points behind their rivals in the title race.
Still, the FA Chairman has jumped to the defence of the Ex Medeama gaffer, saying that fans of the club need to be patient with the Head Coach.
“ Yes they’re supporters and all they demand is to win but it isn’t constantly like that,” he uttered on GTV Sports Plus.
“ I think the fans need to calm down and back Samuel Boadu because I don’t believe in fans calling for the sacking of coaches.
“ We all witnessed how the club performed last season under Samuel Boadu and hence if the fans stay compatible, things will surely get better. They should have patience for Samuel Boadu and his technical squad,” he added.
Samuel Boadu led Hearts to the treble last season, and also won the President Cup last month with the club.
Hearts of Oak are in the semi-finals of the FA Cup.