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Coach Samuel Boadu Names Hearts Of Oak Line Up For Great Olympics Clash

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Hearts of Oak head coach Samuel Boadu has announced his starting line up for their all-important fixture against Great Olympics in the Ghana Premier League this afternoon.

The Phobians will be battling out with their city rivals in the match-week two of the 2022/23 Ghana Premier League season.

Boadu has handed starting berth to newly-signed defender Konadu Yiadom and Daniel Kodie who is making a return after a long injury lay-off.

Below is Hearts of Oak line up against Great Olympics

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Eric Ofori Antwi( GK)
Samuel Inkoom
Dennis Korsah
Mohammed Alhassan
Konadu Yiadom
Eric Esso

Gladson Awako
Daniel Kordie
Yassan Ouatching
Isaac Mensah
Daniel Afiryie Barnieh






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