Medeama SC dismiss goalkeeper Frank Boateng who let in easy goals against Hearts of Oak

Medeama SC dismiss goalkeeper Frank Boateng who let in easy goals against Hearts of Oak

  • Medeama SC have parted ways with their goalkeeper, Frank Boateng
  • This comes on the back of a poor performance against Hearts of Oak in the FA Cup
  • Boateng has conceded 15 goals in just 18 games for Medeama

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Medeama SC have announced the termination of the contract of goalkeeper, Frank Boateng, after just 10 months at the club.

Boateng brought a lot of attention to himself after conceding three very questionable goals against Premier League Champions, Accra Hearts of Oak, in their FA Cup semi-final clash.

Boateng only joined the Westerners in October 2020 when he left Obuasi side, AshantiGold SC on a free loan.

Medeama SC dismiss with goalkeeper who let in easy goals against Hearts
Medeama SC dismiss with goalkeeper who let in easy goals against Hearts. Source: Twitter/MedeamaSC
Source: Twitter

In a statement on their twitter page sighted by YEN.com.gh, the club announced the termination of Boateng's contract.

"We have mutually parted ways with goalkeeper Frank Boateng. The club would like to thank Frank for his services and wish him well."

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The 36-year old only made 18 appearances for the Mauve and Yellows but conceded an incredible 15 goals.

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Watch the goals Boateng conceded in the FA Cup

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that AshantiGold SC beat Berekum Chelsea 4-1 in the semi-finals of the MTN FA Cup to book their place in the final where they will face Hearts of Oak.

The victory did not come easy though, as the Miners had to battle to win in extra time after drawing the game 1-1 in regulation time.

However, the Obuasi side eventually picked the win after scoring three goals in extra-time.

Two out of the four goals scored at the Cape Coast Stadium could contest for goal of the tournament as they were expertly taken.

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Eric Esso stepped up and curled his shot over and around the wall to beat Chelsea keeper, Sammy Adjei, who could only watch the ball enter the net.

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