According to reports, Samuel Boadu will be named the new Nsoatreman coach.

Ghana Premier League side Nsoatreman FC are looking to appoint former Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu as their new head coach.

This comes on the back of the departure of former Ghana Assistant Coach Maxwell Konadu is set to sign a three-year deal with Black Leopards in South Africa as their new head coach.

Boadu himself signed for Berekum Chelsea halfway through the just completed season and succeeded in helping the club finish in third position on the Ghana Premier League log.

But with Nsoatreman FC set to participate in the 2024/25 CAF Confederation Cup, he could be tempted to accept the offer and lead the club in Africa.

He also has experience of coaching Hearts of Oak in the CAF Champions League and in the CAF Confederation Cup.

Maxwell Konadu helped Nsoatreman beat Bofoakwa Tano in the MTN FA Cup final and earned the right to represent Ghana in the second tier competition in Africa.

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