Disgruntled former Hearts of Oak coach Mohammed Polo has accused David Duncan of paying Hearts of Oak fans to sabotage him during his spell as head coach of the Phobians.
Polo, was at the helm of coaching at the club during the 2013/14 season, but failed miserably and courted controversy and attacks from fans due to his constant outpour of vitriolics on the teeming followers of the club.
The 63-year-old former Al-Wasl steamroller replaced David Duncan who was SHOCKINGLY sacked by the club’s board of directors for reasons unannounced to the sporting public.
Hearts fans revolted the sacking of the coach and staged mini demonstrations during matches against the decision to remove Duncan and replace him with Polo.
Polo feels Duncan paid fans to sabotage his reign as head coach thus the string of bad results achieved.
“The fans never supported me. As a legend of the club I expected them to support me but they never did. Maybe it was [David] Duncan who paid the supporters to sabotage me because of how he was sacked,” he told Richard Ntow Gyan on Sunyani-based Nimdee FM.
Polo was finally shown the exit following persistent protest from fans and bad performance and unfavourable string of results by the club.
He spent seven seasons as a Ghana international and was a fans favourite during his playing days.
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