Accra Hearts of Oak former player and manager, Mohammed Polo is optimistic of landing the vacant Black Stars job and has stated that he will “feel bad” if he is not given the job because he has the requisite skills to deliver.
The 60 year old legend says he has what he takes to end Ghana’s 35 year wait to conquer Africa and will deliver the trophy to Ghana when appointed despite not having any international managerial experience.
Polo adds to the glowing list of coaches that are in hunt for the Stars’ job. Polo is quoted as saying;
“I have applied for this job for a very long time but anytime I apply for the job I don’t get it”.
“People know what I can do when it comes to the National team. We have the various national teams but they keep on to struggle”.
“If I don’t get this job I will feel very bad because I have what it takes to be the Black Stars coach. If the team is given to a Ghanaian, I will give him my full support but personally I need that job”.
Ghana is looking for a new manager for the senior national team as coaches are asked to apply and the committee set up to also head hunt for who the successor to Avram Grant will be.