Former Hearts of Oak Coach Mohammed Polo has called for an intense scrutiny into the works of new coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi.
The Japanese American since taking over the reins of the Phobians has overseen three defeats in as many friendly games.
This poor run of pre-season form has not enthused Polo who wants the board to pay attention to all details before issues get bad for the Phobians.
“We don’t know what the difference will be. But we saw a different thing when we I left, but I don’t want us to see the worst,” he told Joy Sports.
“The situation is going towards that be we still have to give him a chance.It is too early to judge him.”
“We have to see the future. It has to start somewhere and we cannot wait because Hearts of Oak is not a playing ground for experiment.”
Mohammed Polo replaced David Duncan as coach in the 2013/2014 season and led the Phobians to third on the league log.
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Story by Ghana/Joy Sports/Kweku Arhin