Soccer News of Saturday, 20 June 2015
Ex-Hearts of Oak Coach Mohammed Polo has expressed his desire to handle the national under 20 team of Ghana following their abysmal showing at the World Cup in New Zealand.
Ghana failed to reach the quarter final stage of the tournament in what many perceive to be a failure.
Majority of the blame has been laid at the doorstep of head coach Sellas Tetteh as he failed for the first time to take Ghana to the medal zone of a FIFA organized competition in his fifth attempt.
“I am ready for the Satellites job. I would not disgrace myself if given the opportunity. As for Sellas Tetteh, he failed and should be sacked.”
“Since I am a talent development coach, the job should be given to me so I can build a team of new youngsters in the Ghana Under-20 team,” Polo told Happy FM
Polo who was in charge of Accra Hearts of Oak last season enjoyed a torrid time at his boyhood club despite finishing third after missing second place by a whisker.