I’ve not joined Kumasi Cornerstone – Samuel Boadu clarifies

Former Medeama SC and Accra Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu has dismissed announcement made by Division Two league side Kumasi Cornerstone FC claiming that he has signed contract agreement as their new head coach.

In a tweet posted on Monday, the Kumasi-based club welcomed Boadu as a “stop-gap coach” and expressed their delightfulness in the capture of the experience coach.

The club’s announcement also mentioned that the agreement was of a temporary nature, allowing Boadu to leave if a better opportunity comes his way.

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However, in a twist of events Samuel Boadu has refuted the claims, stating that he has not engaged in discussions with anyone let alone signing contract with Cornerstone FC as reported by the club.

‘I have not had any engagement with them. It’s never true. Never, Never, I have not been approached by them. Nana the team owner is my friend. When I come to Kumasi sometimes, I visit him, but I have no interest in joining the team.

They should stop that; it is not true. I’m even surprised. How can you put someone out there without contacting him first? Maybe it is an agenda or something,” he told Kwame Micky on Kessben FM/TV.

Setting the record straight, he explained that “I’m not beyond Division Two but I have made up my mind on that,” Samuel Boadu emphasisied.

At Hearts of Oak, Boadu chalked some success during his stay with the Accra-based club and won the Premier League title, the MTN FA Cup twice, the President Cup, and the Ghana Super Cup.

His tenure with the club came to an abrupt end in September 2022 after he was sacked and has since been focused on his coaching role at the Black Satellites.

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