Hearts of Oak are rumoured to be looking to offload seven players during the January transfer window in order to balance their wage books and reduce the squad size. The Phobians are having a fantastic run under Slavko Matic.
Slavko Matic, the Serbian manager, has won five, tied two, and lost one game in his eight games in charge, a loss to Bechem United at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium.
However, since Mohammed Alhassan and Fatawu Mohammed have left the team, Hearts of Oak’s management needs to overhaul the squad this winter to give Matic the best chance of success.
The Phobians have already lost Mohammed Alhassan and Daniel Afriyie Barnieh to the Swiss club FC Zurich, and their former central defender is expected to join Asante Kotoko.
The dutiful team of editors at www.atspo.com has gathered information from PhobiaNews.com that long-serving goalkeeper Richard Attah, injury-prone midfielder Daniel Kodie, and new foreign signings Junior Kaaba and Yassan Ouatching will not be members of the squad under Slavko Matic.
The former Elmina Sharks shot-stopper, Richard Attah, is finding it very difficult to become a mainstay in the Hearts’ setup. He is in competition with Richard Ayi and new signing Eric Ofori Antwi for the first-choice spot under Slavko Matic but has not been able to keep the post.
Daniel Kodie, a fan favourite at the club who returned to Hearts of Oak after nearly two years away, has not yet lived up to expectations.
Since he was unable to replace Eric Esso in the midfield and hasn’t demonstrated that he can perform the necessary duties in other positions, it’s been questioned why he even registered for the season. His best course of action may be to leave the team.
Yassan Ouatching and Junior Kaaba, two foreign players who were brought in to strengthen Hearts’ attack and provide competition for players like Kwadwo Obeng Junior and Isaac Mensah, have struggled and frequently cut an anonymous figure when they have played.
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