Accra Hearts of Oak head coach Samuel Boadu has revealed that he left Medeama sporting club with pains.
Boadu joined The Yellow and Mauve side in 2017 and after five(5) fruitful years he shockingly crossed the carpet to join Hearts of oak in February
In an exclusive interview with Light Fm, Boadu said Medeama SC was his beloved home but never anticipated he will one day leave there with such pains.
“I left Medeama with pains because those around Moses Parker were not pushing my dreams
“Some people are destroying Moses Parker’s Medeama so he needs to be vigilant.”
The 35-year-old took the Phobians from the fourth on the Ghana Premier log and worked hard to clinch the league title for them for the first time in eleven(11) years
The best Ghana Football Awards coach of the year will lead his charges to play WAFA in Sogakope next week where the Ghana league trophy will be presented to them.