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Sports News of Saturday, 10 October 2015


'I'm best for Hearts' job, but wont apply for it'

Mohammed Polo Mohammed Polo

Despite fifteen (15)local and foreign coaches vying for the coaching job of Accra Hearts of Oak, former kingpin of the Phobians, Mohammed Polo has
reiterated his desire to steer affair of the rainbow club in the dug-out once again although he didn't apply for the job.

Speaking to Happy Fm on the mid-morning show, Polo, affectionately known as the dribbling magician said,"If the job I did in the past was satisfactory
,then they should call and hand over the job to me because there's no way I'm going to submit any document for the vacant position since it will be my fourth stint with them".

"The challenges I faced at the helms of affairs while coaching them was huge but I managed to qualify the team to Africa, and thus know my
credentials", Polo added.

"I've served the club with all my heart, both as a player and as a coach and I thank Allah that I've been able to impact the knowledge he gave me to them and to the nation as a whole.

If they are ready to acquire my services, I'm always available but won't apply and will never accept their offer if they run out of options".

Hearts of Oak struggled throughout the 2014-2015 season and had to flirt with relegation until they eventually escaped when they were declared winners of their match day 25 defeat to bitter rivals Asante Kotoko by the disciplinary committee.