Ghana Football Association [GFA] President Kurt Okraku has advised supporters of Hearts of Oak to stay united and support under pressure head coach of the side, Samuel Boadu.
The former Medeama coach, who led the club to a domestic treble has come under intense pressure following the club’s poor start of the ongoing 2021/22 Ghana Premier League season.
Supporters of the club have called for the head of Boadu especially in the first half of the campaign but the GFA boss Okraku called on the fans of the club to support the coach, adding that Boadu can still the club to success.
“Yes they are supporters and all they want is to win but it is not always like that,” he said on GTV Sports Plus.
“I think the fans need to calm down and support Samuel Boadu because I don’t believe in fans calling for the sacking of coaches.
“We all saw how the club performed last season under Samuel Boadu and so if the fans stay united, things will surely get better. They should have patience for Samuel Boadu and his technical team,” he added.