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David Duncan fails to rule out Hearts return, insists he has unfinished business at the club

Posted On Saturday, 28th December 2013
Former Hearts of Oak head coach David Duncan insists he could return to the club as he reveals he has got unfinished business at the club.

Former Hearts of Oak head coach David Duncan insists he could return to the club as he reveals he has got unfinished business at the club.

By Akyereko Frimpong Manson

Follow Akyereko on Twitter: @Akyereko

Former Hearts of Oak head coach David Duncan insists he could return to the club as he reveals he has got unfinished business to tie up. 

Though the 50-year-old says his return would depend on circumstances at the club.

“Coming back to the club will depend on the circumstance but I believe I have unfinished business at Accra Hearts of Oak,” he told reporters at his personal press conference in Accra.

In 2005 I was close to taking charge at the club but it didn’t materialize and last year I was appointed to take over from C.K Akunnor and just as things were taking shape I was fizzled out.”

The former Ghana U17 trainer was axed by Hearts November following disagreement with the club’s board just a year after being employed.

He reveals he came to Hearts with a vision which has not been achieved.

“I came to the club with a vision because I knew what the loyal fans were expecting. Accra Hearts of Oak is a big club and expectations have always been high from the teeming supporters.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. FABU THE BEST & GREATEST says:

    This is the cry of an “unbeez”

  2. Thegreatest says:

    You are damn right

  3. Ibn Battuta says:

    That was an intelligent dude speaking. He jis the coach who makes the Ghanaian league tick take it or leave, whether you like him or hate him.

  4. don king says:

    i agree wt u Battuta, hes just awesome





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