Ghana Premier League winners Accra Hearts of Oak SC head coach, Samuel Boadu says he’s aiming at becoming the best coach not only in the country but across the African terrain.
After spearheading the Rainbow Boys to glory on the domestic scene, the former Medeama SC gaffer has now set sight on becoming the biggest coach in Africa.
“I want to be the biggest coach in Africa, that’s my motive. In life, you have to aim high and have to be self-confident. Somebody has been able to do it so why not you?,” Boadu said in an interview with Kumasi-based Light FM.
“I don’t want to coach the Ghana national team. I want to coach national teams outside the country. As I walk around, I’m already self-motivated with my personal targets.
The young and exuberant tactician, however, admitted that it will take extra commitment for him to be able to accomplish his dreams and aspirations set for himself and believes with the right decision, he will be able to succeed.
“Where I want to be needs extra work, determination, willpower and self-confidence, and faithfulness. What will make faithfulness prevail is to choose the right people to work with under you,” Boadu stated.
Boadu is the first manager to win the covetous Ghana Premier League trophy for the Phobians since Kosta Papic from Serbia won it in 2009.
The young gaffer will be in the helms of affairs when the Phobians embark on their Africa Inter-club competition(CAF Champions League) later this year.