Former Hearts of Oak coach Mohammed Polo has refused to rule out another stint as Head coach of the Great club.
Will Hearts of Oak ever return to its glory days? This is a question that has been asked one too many times by keen admirers of Ghana football.
Phobia has lost whatever it is that made them fearsome, questions have been asked but answers have not been as forthcoming.
The ‘Never Say Die’ club with the aim of regaining its lost glory have made a couple of significant buys in the current transfer window.
In an interview with Takoradi-based radio station Spice 91.9 FM, Mohammed Polo revealed that he has the ability to return the club to its golden age and if the club makes a reasonable proposal for his services he’ll be ready to commit to them.
Quizzed whether he would coach Hearts if the right offer is presented, he said “Why not, is it not a team that I even played and coached for so many years?
“I know the secrets of the team, so i will be able to help the team grow because I have done it on so many occasions.” He added
Hearts of Oak will be hoping to build on their 4-0 triumph over local rivals Accra Great Olympics when domestic football finally resumes after the league was suspended due to the emergence of COVID-19.