Former Hearts of Oak goalkeeper, Seidu Mutawakilu has rated high the general output of the club in the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League season.
Mutawakilu, who currently plays for Nigeria Professional Football League club, Enugu Rangers International, asserts that the Phobians showed great sense of unity and tactical discipline in a lead up to their title annexation.
The 25-year-old, who played for the Phobians before leaving in 2017, scored high marks on the quality of the club’s squad and coach Samuel Boadu’s work rate.
“The difference I have seen about Hearts of Oak is that, their coach is very good.
“They play tactical football and they understand themselves, their players are very matured.
“I follow them [Hearts of Oak], Daniel Afriyie, Fatawu [Mohammed], the experienced defender in the team Nuru Sulley and the other guys.
“The Hearts of Oak team is very good and with their current form, I hope they will keep the players so that they can perform in Africa.” Mutawakilu Seidu told Africa-foot.com.
Hearts of Oak won their 21st and their first league title for the first time in 11-years after a 1-1 draw against Liberty Professionals at the Accra Sports Stadium.
They have gathered 61 points, four better than rivals, Asante Kotoko who have 57 points with a game to close the season.
Hearts of Oak are away to WAFA at the Sogakope Park on Saturday, July 17. They will participate in the 2021/22 CAF Champions League which they won 2000.