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Samuel Boadu: Ex-Hearts of Oak manager ‘Kofi Yesu’ takes over as Berekum Chelsea’s head coach on a 1-year deal

Samuel Boadu will take over the reins as head coach of Berekum Chelsea

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Former Hearts of Oak manager Samuel Boadu has finalised a deal to assume the role of head coach at Berekum Chelsea.

The seasoned coach, who previously led Hearts of Oak to success in the Ghana Premier League, has signed a one-year contract with Berekum Chelsea. He is set to take charge of the team’s coaching responsibilities.

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Samuel Boadu is the new manager for Ghana Premier League side Berekum Chelsea.
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According to Mohammed Shaban, Boadu, affectionately known as ‘Kofi Yesu’, will lead the Berekum Lads from the dugout until the conclusion of the current season.

The soft-spoken former Medeama manager’s appointment follows the departure of Christopher Ennin.

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Having departed from Hearts of Oak last season, Boadu has been actively involved in national team duties while simultaneously coaching Cornerstones, a lower-tier side based in Kumasi.

His impressive coaching record, highlighted by his role in transforming Medeama into title contenders during his tenure and leading the Phobians to a trophy-laden brief spell, positions him as a compelling choice for this position.

Under Boadu’s leadership, Chelsea aims to elevate their performance and mount a strong challenge in the GPL.

Currently occupying the sixth position on the league table, the former Ghanaian champions sits five points behind league leaders Samartex, with 15 games remaining in the season.

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