Accra Hearts of Oak have parted ways with coach Samuel Boadu by a mutual consent following the club’s stuttering start to the season.
Hearts lost their opening game to Aduana Stars before drawing to Great Olympics and Asante Kotoko respectively in their last two games.
Boadu reportedly communicated his decision to board chairman Togbe Afede XIV, who approved the decision. He will depart along with his back room staff.
Boadu led the Phobians to their first Ghana Premier League trophy in twelve years. He also won two FA Cups and One President’s Cup after joining in 2021.