Ghanaian football legend, Mohammed Polo has ruled himself out of the race to be the assistant coach at capital-based outfit Hearts of Oak.
The record holders of the MTN FA Cup have been without a deputy coach since coach Edward Nii Odoom took over the reigns at the Phobian fraternity on the back of Kim Grant’s exit.
Club legend Hesse Odamtten has been mooted for the role, according to reports in the local media following his excellent playing days with the Rainbow club – most especially his dramatic goal against archenemy Asante Kotoko in a seven-goal carnival.
When quizzed about his interest in his the vacant position, Mohammed Polo told Spice 91.9 FM:
“I’m above being an assistant coach, I won’t apply for any job, if anyone needs my services, they should contact me, am aiming higher but can’t go back to being an assistant coach anywhere.”
Polo, better known in the football circles as the Dribbling Magician had an unsuccessful stint with the Accra-based powerhouse in the 2013-2014 as head coach before he was shown the exit door over a myriad of issues.