Samuel Boadu resigns as Medeama SC head coach

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Coach of Medeama SC has resigned from his post as the head coach of the Tarkwa based team after 3 years stay with the club.

It has been rumoured that the former Asokwa Deportivo gaffer is heading to Accra Hearts of Oak as the new head coach of the club.
Currently, the coach of their U – 15 side ( Royal Oaks), Samuel Nii Noi is the interim coach of the club after the club partede ways with Kostadin Papic few weeks ago.

Boadu who is has been a long term target by the Phobians sent his resignation letter to management of Medeama SC after he guided his side beat Eleven Wonders 2-0 yesterday in the week 16 of the Ghana Premier League.

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Having his contact run out after three years with the club, Boadu failed to hold talks with Medeama over contract extension.

Medeama SC currently sit second on the league log after Match day 16.

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Coach of Medeama SC has resigned from his post as the head coach of the Tarkwa based team after 3 years stay with the club.

Reports coming indicates that the former Asokwa Deportivo gaffer is heading to Accra Hearts of Oak as the new head coach of the club.
Currently, the coach of their U – 15 side ( Royal Oaks), Samuel Nii Noi is the interim coach of the club after the club parted ways with Kostadin Papic few weeks ago.

Boadu who has been a long term target by the Phobians sent his resignation letter to management of Medeama SC after he guided his side beat Eleven Wonders 2-0 yesterday in the week 16 of the Ghana Premier League.

Having his contact run out after three years with the club, Boadu failed to hold talks with Medeama over contract extension.

Reports suggests that Hearts of Oak will announce the appointment of Samuel Boadu who hails from Kumasi as the club’s head coach in the coming days.

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