• Polo starred for Hearts of Oak and Ghana’s Black Stars in his playing career
Legendary Mohammed Polo says all fingers should be pointed in management’s direction if Accra Hearts of Oak doesn’t win the ongoing BetPawa Premier League.
Despite occupying the fourth place on the league table, the Rainbows have struggled for inconsistency since the start of the campaign.
According to the Dribbling Magician, the management of the club should shoulder the blame if his former club fail to clinch the title.
“The management has a problem because they appointed Slavko Matic but the fans sacked him and that indicates that the management did a poor job,” he told Kumasi-based Pure FM.
“When Matic was appointed, he sacked senior players without giving them the opportunity to prove themselves.
“There were no reasons why he made those decisions and when he was chased out, the assistant coach came to their rescue.
“For me, if the club fail to win the Premier League, the management must be blamed,” he added.
The team’s slow start to the season saw Samuel Boadu sacked as the manager in October 2022 after matchday 3 fixture against Asante Kotoko.
The 36-year-old old tactician was replaced by Slavko Matic but the Serbian tactician’s reign as Hearts of Oak coach came to an end in March after he was chased out by the fans.
Hearts will visit Samartex 1996 on week 30 at the Nana Nsenkyire Sports Stadium this weekend.