Former Hearts coach Samuel Boadu targets Black Stars coaching job


Samuel Boadu, the former coach of Hearts of Oak, has expressed his desire to become the coach of Ghana’s national team, the Black Stars. However, he recognizes that this opportunity is contingent upon his performance as a club coach.

Boadu, who successfully ended Hearts of Oak’s Ghana Premier League title drought in 2021, recently shared his aspirations during an interview. He believes that managing the Black Stars is a goal shared by many coaches, but he understands that his chances will depend on how well he performs at the club level.

Boadu’s coaching career has been marked by both accomplishments and challenges. After leaving Hearts of Oak, he took on the role of head coach at Berekum Chelsea. Although his tenure has had mixed results so far, with one win, one draw, and one loss, Boadu’s track record speaks for itself.

Prior to his time at Berekum Chelsea, Boadu had successful stints at Medeama and Hearts of Oak. At Medeama, he consistently led the team to challenge for top honors. At Hearts of Oak, he achieved legendary status by winning the league title and the Ghanaian FA Cup in his first season. Despite facing difficulties in the following season, Boadu successfully defended the FA Cup.

While Boadu’s career has seen setbacks, such as his struggles while managing the U-20 team, which ultimately led to his dismissal, his achievements at the club level showcase his coaching abilities and his ambition to lead the Black Stars in the future.

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