Ex-Ghana international, Sam Johnson has hailed the technical qualities of Hearts of Oak coach, Samuel Boadu.
The club’s legend believes the former Medeama trainer has enough quality which must be supported to help the club go far in the league and Africa.
Samuel Boadu led the Phobians to a 1-0 win over Eleven Wonders in match day 26 at the Ohene Ameyaw Park on Friday.
The win is Boadu’s fourth straight in the 2020/21 league season.
After recording wins against King Faisal, Bechem United and Elmina Sharks, Sam Johnson is calling for massive support for the young trainer.
“I think he [Samuel Boadu ] can do it if we support him.
“Why I’m saying that is, the guy is in love with the club, that is one, and two he loves to be in the club.
“So everything that he wants to do is to achieve something for the club.
“So based on that he needs our support and if I look at him from Medeama,what he has done there, how he built the team.
“For the last three or four years he lost three or four players and he managed to put the team somewhere.
“So somebody like this, it is not something we say it is about luck, he is somebody who knows the job.
“So we should allow him to do the job.
“So I’m sure if we allow him and support him, he is a very young guy who wants to learn and is learning more and is pushing forward.
“I’m sure he can take us [Hearts Of Oak] to the promised land.” Sam Johnson told Adamu Muftawu.
The Phobians are top of the table for the first time in five years with 46 points, one better than rivals, Kotoko in second.