Hearts of Oak bought matches for Samuel Boadu to win last season’s league-Sarfo Gyamfi

A former player for Kumasi Asante Kotoko Sarfo Gyamfi has slammed Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu and asked him to keep quiet and stop the disrespectful statement after the goalless draw with Asante Kotoko.

He is alleging that the team bought matches during the second season of the last premier league which they (Hearts of Oak) won.

Speaking on Rainbow Sports, he said the team had to buy their way through the last league to help them win hence they have no moral right to talk about fairness.

His allegations came after the coach for Hearts of Oak had claimed that Kotoko’s senior side cannot beat his side so far as he remains the coach of the team.

He insisted the coach of Hearts of Oak must respect Kotoko and treat them with dignity.

He was speaking to Isaac Worlanyo Wallace.

He said the Hearts of Oak team lacked what it takes to score Asante Kotoko.

“What do you mean? What is his track record? Is he saying this because the team bought matches for him so he would win the league last season? Where did he train as a coach? He must apologize for making these reckless claims? How dare you say Kotoko can not even score your junior team. Who is he? We have seen better coaches than his caliber. We have seen the likes of Jones Attuquayefio. We have seen better coaches and so who is he?”

By: Andrews Kwabena Gyasi/Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana

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