Head coach of Accra Hearts of Oak, Samuel Boadu says he is not happy about the absence of most of his players in the various national teams.
Hearts of Oak have some quality materials in their set up who many fans believe need national team opportunities.
The club’s winger, Daniel Afriyie Barnieh recently skippered Ghana’s U-20 national team, the Black Satellites to win the 2020 CAF Africa Youth Championship in Mauritania.
The latest Hearts of Oak player to have a bite at any national team is creative midfielder, Salifu Ibrahim who has been called into the U-23 team.
He was not part of the initial squad but following a public outcry, coach Paa Kwesi Fabin sneaked Salifu’s name into the squad.
Coach Samuel Boadu said concerning his players’ lack of national team chances.
“We are still on course, I think this is my two months here and I believe that at the end of the season things will change.
“I feel so bad that most of the players are not in the national team.
“I hope and I believe that at the end of the season, some of them will be called to the various national teams.” Samuel Boadu said.
The club’s second choice goalkeeper Richmond Ayi has earned a call up to the national U-23 team.
First choice goalkeeper, Richard Attah has previously had a call up to the senior national team, the Black Stars.