Accra Hearts of Oak’s search for a capable head coach is allegedly approaching an end.
Hearts of Oak wants to find a capable and committed leader to lead them to success in the Ghana Premier League after a difficult season in which the team had three different coaches.
After a draw with Asante Kotoko in Kumasi on September 27, 2022, Samuel Boadu was fired, which started the chain of events.
Slavko Matic took over the position after that, although he was forced to leave the team in an awkward manner after an altercation with incensed fans. Because of this, assistant coach David Ocloo took over as head coach of the first team for the rest of the year.
Hearts of Oak is now reviewing submissions from a varied pool of candidates, including foreign coaches from the Netherlands, Italy, and Nigeria. The squad is ready to establish stability and achieve success.
The team has attracted tremendous interest from both local and foreign coaches, according to a source cited by graphic sports, indicating the widespread attractiveness of managing one of Ghana’s most illustrious clubs.
According to the source, “The position is open to both local and foreign coaches, and some of them have submitted their CVs from Italy, Netherlands, and Nigeria, among others,” demonstrating the scope of Hearts of Oak’s search internationally.