Coach of Accra Hearts of Oak, Samuel Boadu says he feels bad not to see his players in the Black Stars, and believes the situation will change by the end of the season.
Samuel Boadu who’s been in charge of the Hearts Technical set up expresses that his presence will change the narratives as the season progresses.
The Continental club master had no player called into the Black Stars despite their impressive performance in the last few games.
The Black Stars coach Charles Kwablah Akonnor named 8 locally based players in his 30 man squad to face Morocco and the Ivory Coast in Rabat and Accra without a player from the Phobians, while rival club Asante Kotoko had 2 in the squad
However, Winger Salifu Ibrahim, and Attacker Daniel Afriyie Banie recieved invites to the Black Meteors team to play Japan in an international friendly.
Reacting to the issue after his side’s victory against Elmina Sharks in Accra, Samuel Boadu told the press his frustration at the ‘No call up’
I feel so bad that most of my players are not in the National teams, but I believe by the end of the season, we will have them in the team, and things will change.
Mr Boadu maintained he has been on the job for barely 3 months, and still on course in the quest to transform the club for the better, while hoping to get the situation changed by the end of the season
We are still on course, my presence here is just about 2 months, but I believe by the end of the season things will change.