We are happy to announce that coach Samuel Boadu has been named as the new head coach of Ghana’s Under-15 Boys team.
His immediate task it to scout players and prepare for the maiden edition of the WAFU U-15 tournament in Burkina Faso next month.
It’s a massive chance for the gaffer to cement his mettle after excelling with the Mauve and Yellows in a relatively short spell so far at the club.
We are happy to announce that Samuel Boadu has been appointed by @ghanafaofficial as the head coach of the country’s U-15 Boys.
Big chance for the gaffer to serve and cement his mettle.
Congratulations to coach Boadu and thumps up to the GFA for the opportunity. pic.twitter.com/0PDILeNrmb
— Medeama SC (@MedeamaSC) November 8, 2019
The tournament takes place between 8-20 December, 2019 in Ouagadougou.
Boadu has been tipped by many to take over the wheel of the country’s developmental squad after his roller-coaster performance with Premier League side Medeama.
Coach Boadu, who joined from second-tier side Asokwa Deportivo has won several hearts with his philosophy at the Tarkwa-based side.