I Want To Coach The Black Stars – Samuel Boadu

A Rising Star with Black Stars Aspirations.

Samuel Boadu, the coach of Berekum Chelsea, has expressed his ambitious goal: to lead the Black Stars in the future. In an interview with Akoma FM, he confidently stated, “I want to manage the senior national team, the Black Stars, just like any other coach.”

Boadu, at 38 years old, has become a prominent figure in Ghanaian football management. His tactical acumen and leadership abilities have shone through across various clubs. Notably, he guided Hearts of Oak to an impressive treble during the 2020/21 season, clinching the Ghana Premier League, FA Cup, and Super Cup titles.

His managerial prowess continued to flourish as he secured another FA Cup title and the President’s Cup, amassing a total of five trophies during his tenure with Hearts of Oak.

The coaching position for the Black Stars recently became vacant after the dismissal of Chris Hughton, who failed to lead the team beyond the group stage of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON). Otto Addo has since been appointed to the role.

Boadu acknowledges the competitive landscape of coaching appointments. He recognizes that his chances of securing the Black Stars coaching job depend on his continued success at the club level. As he aptly puts it, “But I also believe that will depend on how well I perform with my club.” Sustained excellence in his current managerial endeavors will be the key to achieving his dream of leading the national team. 🌟⚽