On Football News Today : Hearts of Oak ship out two more players ahead of 2022/23 campaign

FA Cup champions, Hearts of Oak have released Isaac Agyenim Boateng and Enoch Addo ahead of the 2022/23 Ghana football season.

The Phobian Club within the week released six senior players ahead of the new season.

Kofi Kordzi, Frederick Ansah Botchway, Patrick Razak, Manaf Umar, Larry Sumaila, and William Dankyi were the players who have been shown the exit.

Auroras FC graduate, Enoch Addo, who has been struggling for playing time despite his loan spell at Berekum Chelsea and Elmina Sharks has been offloaded following the expiration of his contract.

Addo was told by the management of the club that his contract which will be expiring next month won’t be renewed for sporting reasons.

Former Medeama SC attacker Isaac Agyenim Boateng who signed a multi-year contract with Hearts of Oak on a free transfer before the commencement of the 2021/22 season has been released after eight months.

His poor output at the club resulted in the technical team’s decision to declare him as surplus to requirements ahead of the new season.

Hearts of Oak have acquired the services of Cameroonian striker Junior Kaaba to beef up their upfront in the next season’s Ghana Premier League and African Campaign.

Also, it has been reported that Hearts of Oak have signed Konadu Yiadom from WAFA, goalkeeper Eric Ofori Antwi, Francis Twene of Bechem United, and Swedru All Blacks centre-back Zakaria Yakubu.

Samuel Boadu will be hoping for an impressive season after an uninspiring performance in their last season’s campaign which saw them finish the sixth position on the Ghana Premier League log.

Meanwhile, Hearts of Oak will represent the country in the CAF Confederations Cup in the 2022/23 season.