BUDU’S CORNER: 4 Hearts Of Oak Players That Should Ask For A Loan Move Away From The Club Featured
04 Dec

BUDU’S CORNER: 4 Hearts Of Oak Players That Should Ask For A Loan Move Away From The Club

The Phobians are stocked with talented footballers. The club is blessed with significant numbers and, fresh from their scintillating performance in last season’s domestic competitions, there could be an influx of unwanted players still been paid for doing little to nothing and increasing the wage bill of the club.

Some of these players are young and are finding it extremely difficult to break into the Hearts team but could thrive in another setting. As sometimes can happen with transfers, it seems to have simply been a case of being in the wrong place at the right time for them. Perhaps a fresh start with other clubs would be of immense help to the players and Hearts of Oak in the not too distant future.
Kickgh.com attempts to pick out four players that should try to push through a brief move away from Hearts of Oak.
Richard Baidoo
The former Auroras goalkeeper’s talent has never been in doubt but the youngster is finding it very difficult to become a mainstay in the Hearts setup. Competing with established names like Benjamin Mensah and Richmond Ayi and with the imminent arrival of former Elmina Sharks netminder Richard Attah, Baidoo should eye for a move from the club, as he’s certainly good enough to play for some clubs in the Ghanaian elite division. He excelled when he was loaned to Samartex last term. Kim Grant reportedly wants to keep him, which would not benefit Richard Baidoo’s progression.
James Sewornu
The centre-back was promoted from Auroras when Grant assumed office as the manager of the club. Unlike fellow Auroras graduates Michelle Sarpong and Abdul Manaf Umar who are mainstays in the senior team, Sewornu has found it extremely difficult to break into the Hearts team. He likes to snap at his opponent’s heels and burgle them of possession before they have the chance to engage him in one-on-one duel. With the availability of Mohammed Alhassan, Benjamin Agyare, Robert Addo and Raddy Ovouka, the youngster’s game time would surely be limited. He could learn so much more playing week in week out at low- fancied club. I’m sure a raft of clubs would love to get him signed on loan.
Anthony Quayson
Quayson joined the Phobians from Elmina Sharks with so much promise. He returned the club’s confidence in him with some great performances in friendlies that saw him gradually walking into Grant’s team and finding a place on the bench for Kojo Obeng Jr. Unfortunately, the winger could not sustain the pressure that comes along with playing for Hearts of Oak as his performances fizzled out hence losing his place to another new recruit, Michelle Sarpong. Quayson is the third Hearts player that should find a new club for the foreseeable future.
Charles McCarthy
He sparkled for the youth team of Elmina Sharks and was considered good enough to land him a deal with the Phobians. The young midfielder has flattered to deceive since making the move to Accra making it difficult to grab a place in Kim Grant’s new look Hearts side. McCarthy is way behind the likes of Benjamin Afutu, Aminu Alhassan and until recently Emmanuel Mintah in the midfield pecking order. It wouldn’t be a bad idea if McCarthy picks his bag and push for brief move away from Hearts of Oak.
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