Mohammed Polo was at the helm of technical affairs of Accra Hearts of Oak last season. He had bad blood with the blue, yellow and red fans, and never had the opportunity to extend his contract when he was appointed as interim boss after the sacking of David Duncan.
Since then he has not lost the opportunity to remind Accra Hearts of Oak they parted company with the best man for the job after almost every defeat.
And with Hearts’ 4-0 mauling in Tunisia to Esperance on Sunday fresh in mind, Polo is not missing the chance to take a dig.
“The team did very well in the first half when it was just 1-0. But the performance totally dropped in the second half. It tells you the team is lacking technical direction,” he said told Joy fm.
‘While I was with Hearts, the strength of the team always was in their second half display. It is clear that the team misses me,’ Polo continued.
Accra Hearts of Oak have a herculean task of overturning the 4-0 deficit to qualify to the money zone of the Confederation Cup.
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