Former Hearts of Oak trainer, Mohammed Polo has accused the management during his spell as head coach of the side, of using the players to sabotage him.
The ex-Ghana international was at the helm of coaching at the club during the 2013/14 Ghana Premier League season, but got sacked after failing miserably.
Polo replaced David Duncan – who was shockingly dismissed after a fantastic start to the season. The supporters of the Phobians protested against the removal of Duncan for club legend Mohammed Polo.
The outspoken coach – who has blamed everyone including David Duncan, apart from himself has claimed he failed at Hearts because he was sabotaged by the players he worked with.
“I was sabotaged by Hearts Of Oak players before my sack. The club used the players to sabotage me before my sack,” Mohammed Polo told Kumasi-based Sikka FM.
He disclosed that the players who orchestrated his sacking have apologised to him.
“The players who sabotaged me came to apologize for igniting my sack. They are now finding difficulties in their career because of their sadism”.