Former Ghana international, Mohammed Ahmed Polo, has said he is the best person to redeem Hearts of Oak from their dreadful start of the Ghana Premier League.
The Ghana Premier League giants have endured a torrid start of the 2019/20 Premier League season.
The management of the club sacked their head coach, Kim Grant after losing to Berekum Chelsea at their own turf at the Accra Sports Stadium on matchday one.
The woes of the club was piled up after suffering a 3:0 defeat to Medeama SC in the matchday two at Tarkwa.
The hierarchy of the club are yet to name a permanent coach for the club. However, Polo, who is a legend of the club insists he is the best person to restore the glory of the club.
“Hearts of Oak need a redeemer. As a technical person, they are not playing football,” he told Asempa FM.
“When I was asked to take over take over from David Duncan, I did a good job and the supporters and management can testify about that.
“I was able to qualify the team for Africa. I was able to restore the glory back but I was eventually sacked by the club. I don’t hold any grudge against the club because they have helped me as a player and a coach.
“For me, I am the best person to redeem the club from the bad start of the Ghana Premier League,” he added.
The Phobians are crawling at the 17th position of the Ghana Premier League table with no point after two matches played.
Hearts will host struggling Ebusua Dwarfs at the Accra Sports Stadium in the matchday three of the Ghana Premier League on Sunday.