Ghanaian coach Samuel Boadu expressed delight after being appointed new Ghana Premier League side Hearts of Oak coach.
Boadu who first resigned from his post at Medeama SC has been hired by the Phobians earlier on Tuesday.
The 35-year-old then said thank to the club officials who gave him the confidence.
“I will like to use this opportunity to thank the President and the board of Hearts of Oak to let me be part of this beautiful family“, Samuel Boadu said, per Ghanasoccernet.
“I will like to say God bless them because I have been looking for this opportunity for quite a long and I believe this is the time for me to be part of the Phobia family”
“I’m so proud of myself to be a coach for Phobia. I will bring out my best, I will bring my heart out to work extra hard for the club,” he added.