The coach of Ghana premier league champions Accra Hearts of Oak has been crowned, Samuel Boadu has been crowned the best coach in the country by none other than former Black Stars player and captain, Asamoah Gyan
His comments were in response to Coach Samuel Boadu who mentioned Asamoah Gyan as his favourite
The champions coach responded to a tweet highlighting Asamoah Gyan in his hay days at Stade Rennais, when he was a handful for any defender in which he shown his appreciation to the legend of the game for all what he has done for Ghana football
“Legend !! my favorite Asamoah Gyan, God bless you for all you have done for Ghana,” wrote the coach.
And as they say, game recognises game, or in this case if you want to be a bit cynical you could say “if you rub my back I rub yours”, Asamoah replied by crowning Samuel Boadu as the best coach in the country
Gyan then replied, “Best coach in Ghana right there.”
Less than a year in command of Hearts of Oak, Samuel Boadu guided the Rainbow club to the Ghana Premier League and FA Cup titles.
Following his achievements last season, he was voted Coach of the Year at the Ghana Premier League awards. Asamoah Gyan on the other hand struggled with injuries in his first season back in the domestic league.
Despite the injuries, the 35-year-old remains Ghana’s all-time leading scorer with 51 goals in 109 games for the Black Stars.
Despite the fact that Gyan last played for the Black Stars in 2019, he wants to represent Ghana in the Nations Cup in 2022.
The African Cup of Nations has placed Ghana in Group C, with Morocco, Gabon, and the Comoros Islands.
Asamoah Gyan has had a long and illustrious career that has taken him throughout Africa, Europe, and Asia.
His time at Sunderland and Stade Rennais, when he scored goals for joy, is remembered as some of his greatest in Europe.