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Accra Hearts of Oak coach Edward Nii Odoom said he expects the
youth side (Auroras) to blossom with time as he has identified some talents that
could be the future of the club.
He has therefore appealed to those calling for the promotion
of players to the first team to be a little circumspect in their demands as the
boys will need to be fully prepared before being pushed up.
“Currently, there are up to seven players in our youth setup
that could be promoted to the first team but, I want to see them play one more
season in their league to gain more experience”, Coach Odoom told Hearts Media.
The gaffer who also doubles as head of our youth team added
that the league competition at that level is so rigid and tough as beliefs
that competing at that level will toughen them up for the future.
“I want to see how they will cope with these demands and how
well they will perform”, he said, adding that there will surely be promotions
from Auroras to the first team next season.
Auroras compete in the Greater Accra Division Two League
and, have been a major force at that division since joining the league a couple
of years ago.
Our first team currently has four players (Mitchelle
Sarpong, Abdul Manaf Umar, Richard Baidoo and James Serwonu-out on loan) who
were promoted from the youth team.