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Hearts board rejected signing Stephen Adams and Asiedu Attobrah- former coach Duncan

Published on: 04 February 2014
David Duncan was Hearts of Oak coach until his dismissal last November.

By Rahman Osman

Former Hearts coach David Duncan has revealed to he recommended the signing of CHAN duo Aseidu Attobrah and Stephen Adams but the club’s board rejected it.

Duncan, who was sacked in November last year, was keen on fortifying his squad before the start of the season with the Aduana Stars goalkeeper and New Edubiase United playmaker.

“I recommended Adams and Attobrah to Hearts board but they didn’t think they were that good. You see now?,” Duncan said.

“First, Hearts would have had more representation in the CHAN team and reaping the benefits.

“Now they are going to cost double the price we could have had them if not even more, it’s a pity.”

Duncan guided Hearts to second place before parted ways with the clubs four matches to end of the season.


This article has 4 comment(s), give your comment
  • Thegreatest says:
    February 04, 2014 02:50 pm
    That board cannot see good players when they see one
  • Terror says:
    February 04, 2014 03:01 pm
    Duncan it is okay, get over Hearts, find a new team to coach (Dwarfs are looking for a coach) and have a life. Polo is now the coach and if you know Hearts, they will not come for you now, it will be an indictment on their intergrity, so please go get a life and leave them alone.
  • Terror says:
    February 04, 2014 03:02 pm
    Aha, so you knew Hearts did not have enough quality players to warrant a place in the CHAN team yet you were running your okro mouth all over the place. God don punish you.
  • Maxwell Johnson says:
    February 04, 2014 10:05 pm
    And which club in GH have quality players? Who even told there are quality players in the GPL? Dawg you gotta be fucking shitting to make such remarks, the local league is shit! We all saw the mediocre performance of the team in the just end CHAN tourney, perhaps the manager is right about the fact that good players are always been overlooked for mediocre ones for one or two dubious reasons when it comes to tourneys.