Samuel Boadu joined Hearts of Oak in the middle of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League season after breaking his contract at Medeama.
The trainer has transformed the Phobians leading them to their first league title in about a decade but board member Dr. Nyaho Tamakloe has revealed that Boadu failed to show up on the day he was expected to commence official work.
“When he left his previous club, the day we were expecting him to start work at our end, he didn’t turn up so I was worried. I called him, I couldn’t get hold of him, [so] I asked someone to, and he [Boadu] assured me that he will be in at a particular time which he came. I think by then he was moving his items from Tarkwa to Kumasi en route to Accra,” Dr. Nyaho-Tamakloe told Joy Sports.
“This case [Samuel Boadu moving to Hearts] is quite an interesting case. We didn’t really see him as a special figure per se. I remember I had a talk with him and during our discussions, I was convinced that this is somebody who knows exactly what he’s about and he can work.” the former GFA boss added.