Hearts of Oak coach, Samuel Boadu has refused to admit or deny questions of whether the club is bigger for him to handle.
The young coach was roped in midway through last season from Medeama and helped the Phobians win the league with 61 points ahead of arch rivals, Asante Kotoko.
He is having his first full season with the 21 time champions and has had times he would quickly want to forget.
Boadu led the 2000 CAF Champions League winners to three opening draws and a defeat in the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League before their CAF Confederation Cup campaign.
They were kicked out of the continental competition after suffering a 4-2 aggregate defeat to Algeria club, Jeunesse Sportive de Saoura.
Prior to exiting the CAF Confederation Cup, they had been eliminated by Morocco giants, Wydad Athletic Club in the CAF Champions League where they shipped in six goals and scored two with the aggregate score ending 6-2 in favour of WAC over the double leg.
Africa-foot.com’s Adamu Muftawu asked Samuel Boadu whether the club is to big for him to handle but he managed to swerve by declining to answer.
“I can’t answer this question.” Samuel Boadu told Africa-foot.com’s Adamu Muftawu.
The 2004 CAF Confederation Cup winners however returned to focus on the domestic league and have since produced mixed results despite not losing a game.
They have won three games and drawn twice with the wins coming against Elmina Sharks, Accra Lions and Berekum Chelsea. They picked two points against Dreams FC and Bechem United and currently sit 9th with 14 points and two outstanding games against Asante Kotoko and Medeama to clear.
The Phobians will be on the road to Bibiani as guests of entrants, Gold Stars in week 12 at the Duns Park on Sunday, January 9.