February 5th , 2023


Brako Stephen

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Hearts of Oak assistant coach David Ocloo and the entire team have received an apology from Samuel Boadu for invading the inner perimeter during the game against ASR Bamako.

As the Phobians were ready to play Bamako in the CAF Confederations Cup encounter at the Accra Sports Stadium, the former Hearts of Oak head coach could be spotted at the inner perimeter.

Retired athletes and sports commentators criticized him for acting unprofessionally.

Hearts of Oak sacked Samuel Boadu last month owing to the team's terrible start to the season after it lost all three of its league games.

Caleb Amankwah's late goal helped Accra Hearts of Oak defeat ASR Bamako on Sunday by a score of 1-0. The goal was insufficient to advance the Phobians to the following round.

The MTN FA Cup champions required four goals to advance after giving up three goals on the road.

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Former Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu, who is currently under fire, recounts how Real Bamako gained entrance to the inner boundary.

Samuel Boadu, a former Hearts of Oak coach, has detailed how he gained entrance to Real Bamako's inner perimeter on Sunday.

Boadu was at the Accra Sports Stadium to support the team despite being fired as the Phobians' coach after just three games of the Ghana Premier League season.

Samuel Boadu approached the inner perimeter before the game to support his former players and supporters.

Former Karela United official and current CEO of Division Two team Koforidua Suhyen Sporting Club, Eric Alagidede, claims that the former Hearts of Oak coach's entry to the inner perimeter was arranged by the club's fan leadership.

Samuel Boadu said on Angel TV, which Football Ghana is watching, "I have spoken to Samuel Boadu after the event, it wasn't his plan to reach the inner perimeter, but the leadership of the club fans persuaded him to go there."

After failing to avenge their 3-0 loss against the Malians in the first leg a week prior, the rainbow boys were knocked out of the Confederation Cup on Sunday by Malian team Real Bamako.

Hearts of Oak defeated Real Bamako in the Accra Sports Stadium in the second leg of their match, winning 3-1 overall after the two legs thanks to a goal from Caleb Amankwah.


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