The Former hearts of Oak defender Acquah Harrison has slammed coach Samuel Boadu for getting his tactics wrong against WAC of Morocco in the second leg of the CAF champions league preliminary round.
“His tactics was wrong,his game plan was poor.He should have known that his side have struggled to score more goals in their previous two games in the champions league and therefore should have a strong midfield going away to the second leg in Morocco”.
The Former hearts of Oak defender who played a key role in the Phobian side that won the 2004 CAF confederation Cup believes Samuel Boadu has a lot to learn about the Africa competitions.
Harrison told Cape Coast based radio station Kastle 90.3 FM “Although he has no experience in Africa,he should have taken into consideration some advice that was given to him before the match in Morocco”.
All is not lost since Hearts of Oak have another opportunity to get into the group stage of the CAF confederation Cup.
Source: Rubby Adams (kastlefmonline.com)