Samuel Boadu Wins Male Coach of the Year at Ghana Football Awards

Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu won the Male Coach of the Year award at the 2021 Ghana Football Awards held yesterday.

He surprisingly emerged the winner over coach Abdul-Karim Zito who led the Black Satellites to win the 2021 CAF U20 Cup of Nations in Mauritania.

Boadu, 35, is also on the verge of leading to Hearts of Oak to their first league title in twelve years.

His team also won the Team of the year, beating rivals Asante Kotoko, Great Olympics and the title-winning Ghana U20 team.

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