Former Accra Hearts of Oak player and the assistant coach of the Ghana U17 national team, Winfred Dormon has expressed disappointment in Dr. Nyaho Tamakloe for accelerating the team’s management to replace Samuel Boadu with a new coach who can lead the team for their upcoming CAF Confederations Cup journey.
The Bord Member in an interview with Accra-based Angel FM, questioned the tactical prowess of the head coach of the side, Samuel Boadu, insisting he is not the right man to lead the club to Africa.
According to him, Hearts of Oak is a big club and must be coached by a high-profile gaffer.
“I have a problem with Hearts of Oak’s technical direction of the club, most of the players appear to be indisciplined in the team and are either aged or lazy,” Dr. Nyaho Nyaho Tamakloe told Accra-based Angel FM.
“I strongly have my doubt that the technical team can do well in Africa. Hearts of Oak is a big club and must always be in the hand of a big coach like Attiquayefio.
“I believe the current technical team can’t carry us far,” he added.
Meanwhile, Samuel Boadu has guided the team to win five trophies in just two seasons but the coach came under intense pressure following their exit from the Champions League and the Confederations Cup last season.
Dormon, who formerly played as a midfielder for the Rainbows expressed disappointment following Dr. Nyaho Tamakloe’s comment.
He is however optimistic that the former Medeama SC head coach can deliver if the team’s management comes together to throw in their supports.
The Dreams FC assistant coach speaking in an interview with Original Tv said, “I’ve been looking up to Boadu. When I was doing my license C he was one of the instructors in Kumasi.
“I really look up to him and I don’t remember the last time a coach like him has achieved trophies for the club like this after Jones Attiquayefio.
“Some of these comments are very unfortunate,” he ended.