The head coach for Hearts of Oak, Samuel Boadu has revealed that while he hopes to win the Ghana Premier League title with the team, he wants his team to take it one match at a time.
The former Medeama SC gaffer was appointed to head the technical bench of the Phobians last month and has since been working to improve the team for the ongoing 2020/2021 football season.
Speaking in a post-match interview on Sunday evening after Hearts of Oak’s 2-0 win against Aduana Stars, coach Samuel Boadu stressed that his focus is not on winning the league even though his team is challenging for the title.
According to him, he wants his team to concentrate on the next match instead of looking at the end goal.
“I’m not thinking about how to win the league now. We play match after match and I believe that things will change. I believe that the moment we are winning all our matches things will change in our position,” coach Samuel Boadu said after the match.
Since his appointment, the Hearts of Oak new coach has played two matches and picked six points.
The team is currently sitting third on the Ghana Premier League table and just three points behind leaders, Great Olympics.
Source: Modern Ghana