“Samuel Boadu is sabotaging Kofi Kordzi,” striker ready to exit Hearts of Oak due to lack of game time


The bulky forward has fallen down the pecking order at Hearts since Samuel Boadu opted to play a different formation and is looking for a move elsewhere

Hearts of Oak striker Kofi Kordzi has reportedly told the club’s top hierarchy he wants to leave the club but there have been no offers for the forward thus far.

Kordzi, who has scored seven goals in the ongoing Ghana Premier league, has fallen flat of a starting role in recent games and came off the bench to play the final 15 minutes against Legon Cities in a match that ended 1-1 at the El Wak Sports Stadium.

According to the player, he feels head coach Samuel Boadu is sabotaging his progress with his recent attitude towards him.

“Prior to the game against Asante Kotoko, Hearts played RTU in Tamale and the coach said same squad will be in camp for the Super Clash against Asante Kotoko. However, a player was injured and didn’t join the Tamale but the player started ahead of Kordzi for the Super Clash,” a source close to the player told AshesGyamera.com.

“As a result, Kordzi spent 34 minutes warming up and he eventually played only 15 minutes. The player is not happy and ready to leave the club. He feels that he deserves more game time if you check his total output and compares it to other players,” he said

Kordzi re-signed a two year contract with Hearts of Oak when the team was preparing for the CAF Champions league after joining them from Qatari side Muaither side.

Reports suggest that Kordzi has been dropped from the Hearts squad that will play against Kotoko in the President Cup on Friday.

The Phobians already find themselves fourteen points behind rivals Kotoko, who sit on top of the Premier League table with 40 points.

By: Frederick Offei-Ansah


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