Former Ghanaian international and Hearts of Oak legend, Amankwa Mireku has warned the incoming coach of the Rainbows of “massive pressure” to get the team back to their previous heights.
Heart of Oak are yet to announce their new manager following the departure of Coach Samuel Boadu.
The Rainbows have opened another pivotal chapter in their history as new coach is set to come in after two seasons.
However, it has been reported that Prosper Narteh Ogum and Annor Walker are getting closer to the job but the former captain has warned them to greater their shoulders for the pressure at Hearts of Oak should any of them accept to replace Samuel Boadu.
“On paper they are all qualified and deserve it because their certificate gives them the opportunity to coach and for that matter they can coach. The most important thing is about who will do it well. I don’t have choice but whether it is black or red I don’t care. What is needed most is getting a coach to replace Samuel Boadu for us to stop thinking about him. That’s all. Is not about Annor Walker, Ogum and others or an expatriate. Is about who will do it well for the club to succeed.
“One thing I can tell my leaders is that the sacking of Boadu has brought more pressure on the one who will be appointed. The pressure is not small. You the one coming should think well. Am alerting them because is not a small job,” he told Ghanasportspage.com
Amankwa Mireku also added: “If someone was able to win five trophies in two years but he has been sacked then you the one coming should sit well and think about it. All is about getting a coach who will help us to forget Samuel Boadu but then if he fails to prevent us from thinking about Samuel Boadu then is a failure,” he said.