The management of Accra Hearts of Oak have notified the wife of Richard Attah, Joyce Attah and two others to provide an evidence within seven days over false claims, alleging certain un-ethical behaviors on the part of two (2) directors of the club regarding the Rainbows game against Asante Kotoko earlier in the 2022/23 Premier League season in addition to acts of unfairness being meted out to Richard Attah as well as their former coach, Samuel Boadu.
Richard Attah’s wife disclosed via audio circulating on Social Media that, two management members of the outfit plotted Samuel Boadu’s downfall despite a successful story with the club winning the MTN FA Cup back-to-back, Premier league, Super Cup and President Cup.
Nevertheless, she revealed that they told a referee by name Selorn Yao Bless to send two Hearts of Oak players off with a red card during the game. With that, the team will lose the game and propel them to sack coach Samuel Boadu.
She again stated why her husband, Richard Attah has not mend the post for Hearts of Oak SC for several months. Attah since, last year after earning Black Stars call-up for FIFA World Cup Playoffs against Nigeria not being between the sticks for the Continental Club Masters.
And the goalkeepers’ wife revealed the secret.
“When the team (Hearts of Oak) traveled to play Kotoko, Ayi (goalkeeper) was not not involved in the team’s warm-up. It was Attah and Alawa (Eric Ofori Antwi) who were in camp. Boadu included Attah in his starting line-up against Kotoko but the officials warned him (Boadu) to change him. He was replaced with Alawa but the officials rejected that one too”.
“So Ayi was not aware that he was going to be in post. You understand! So he hurriedly dressed up for warm up and the game itself.
“Because they wanted Samuel Boadu downfall, they planned to rely on the outcome of the game to engineer his dismissal.
“Is is me! I am the one telling you this. The referee (Serlom Yao Bless) confronted two players and asked them if they had wronged their bosses? and they said No! Then he informed them that these your bosses ‘Aki and Pawpaw’ say I should show these two specifics players the marching off orders.
“I am telling you. Whoever doubts me should come to me. He said these players should be shown the red card so that the lose to force the exit of Samuel Boadu.
“Thankfully, there were no red cards. Attah has not done anything wrong. It was Samuel Boadu had left the club that he informed Attah of the plot against him.”
However, the Rainbow club in a press statement has trashed the story and has notified Joyce Attah, Samuel Boadu and the referee to provide the evidence (in writing) to the office of Accra Hearts of Oak SC within seven (7) days from the date of receipt of their respective letters.
The club have indicated to them that failure on their part to comply with their request for evidence within the stipulated time, will leave them with no option than refer to their solicitors for appropriate legal action.
Read The Club’s Press Statement Below: