Accra Hearts of Oak board member Dr Nyaho-Nyaho Tamakloe has delivered a damning verdict on coach Samuel Boadu, accusing the young tactician of having little to no control over the club’s players.
He goes on to say that if nothing is done, indiscipline will derail the board’s efforts to restore the Phobians to glory.
The tough-talking Nyaho-Tamakloe has come under fire after it was revealed that he was pushing for a foreigner to either take over the coaching role or at the very least supervise coach Boadu’s work as the club prepares to compete in Africa next season.
Boadu, who joined Hearts of Oak last season, has had tremendous success, winning the league and FA Cup double in his first season.
Despite his trophy haul, Nyaho Tamakloe is not impressed. Speaking to JoySports he said:
I have noticed that he has no control over the boys, I advised him that he should know that he is in charge of the whole thing, any blame that will come or misunderstanding in camp or wherever they are he will be held responsible.
But it appears he doesn’t have that control over them. You talk to him; he tries to justify some things and it’s having an effect on the team.
People keep on saying he’s won five trophies but once you look at the future of the club, that’s my concern. Football is a very tricky game. Maybe we’ve been able to win five trophies by chance because the way Hearts of Oak plays its football is not the way I see it,