Hearts of Oak legend Mohammed Polo believes the Phobians took the right decision to part ways with C K Akunnor after a poor run in the league.
He said: “After beating Edubiase 5-2, the team’s performance started deteriorating so the coach obviously had to pay for that.”
Akunnor was fired by Hearts on Wednesday following the club’s abysmal showing in the Glo Premier League.
Four top-class coaches have been mentioned to replace Akunnor with former Ghana U23 boss David Duncan likely to be named new trainer of the club.
But Polo, dubbed the dribbling magician during his playing days, claims he can steer the former African champions out of the tides.
“The job seems to be going round all the time, so why not?” he told Accra-based Happy FM. “If I its passed on to me I will gladly accept it.”
The 19-time champions are in the drop zone with 4 points from their opening five games of the season.