Hearts of Oak legend, Sam Johnson is “hoping and praying” nobody interferes with club coach, Samuel Boadu’s job in order for the team to continue its smooth sailing.
Several news have emanated from the Phobian camp in the past few years regarding interference in coaches’ job.
Former coach, Costa Papic who left the club a few months ago alleged interference by management, of which the club’s hierarchy has since denied.
Sam Johnson wishes his name sake is given free room to operate.
“In football, winning is the answer for everything, you know, when you are winning you think things are going on well.
“When you are winning it covers so many things.
“They [Hearts Of Oak]made another change and my name sake, Samuel [Boadu] is also doing well.
“I pray that all that the previous coaches are saying, that there is interference, those things will not come in again.
“So that the way things are going, they will go the same way,” Samuel Boadu told Adamu Muftawu.
Samuel Boadu earned his fourth straight win after Kwadwo Obeng Junior’s solitary goal helped beat Eleven Wonders in match day 26 at the Ohene Ameyaw Park on Friday.
The Phobians have temporarily jumped to the top of the league for the first time in five years with 46 points.
The continental club masters want to win the title which has eluded them for over a decade.
They will hope Kotoko who have 45 points lose against WAFA at the Len Clay Stadium on Saturday, May 22.