The Phobians former boss was in attendance over the weekend in Abrankese to watch a lower division game after his sack
Hearts of Oak former coach Samuel Boadu was spotted watching Division One League game when Nations FC defeated Swedru All Blacks 3-1 at Kwame Kyei Sports Complex in Abrankese near Kuntenase on Sunday.
The 38-year-old was given the sack last week after Hearts shared the spoils 1-1 with Asante Kotoko in Ghana Premier League, making it zero wins after three games this season.
Although, Boadu won five trophies with Hearts in only two seasons including one Premier League title and two FA Cups, recent poor run of results made it necessary for the club’s top hierarchy to kick him out.
Following Boadu’s exit from Hearts, the Phobians are rumoured to have closed in on former Asante Kotoko coach Prosper Ogum Narteh who tendered in his resignation several weeks ago.
It has become quite possible for Ogum to replace Boadu after one of his assistants at Kotoko David Ocloo was named as Hearts’ new assistant coach on Sunday.