Ghanaian trainer and Hearts of Oak SC Legend Mohammed Polo fears for Black Stars Manager Charles Kwablan Akunnor’s position.
The successor of Coach Kwasi Appiah has his job on the chopping stick following the appointment of former FC Porto trainer Patrick Greveraars as Black Stars deputy coach. The Ghana Football Association on Monday announced via their official website revealing that the Executive Council has agreed to the request of C.K Akonnor for the appointment of a second Assistant coach to further strengthen the technical team of the Black Stars.
However, former gaffer for Ghana Premier League giant’s Accra Hearts of Oak SC Mohammed Polo believe the expatriate has come to take over from Coach Charles Kwablan Akunnor who was offered the job in February last year.
“I feel sad for Charles Kwablan Akunnor”
“The way things are going shows clearly that we are not capable and I feel sad for Ghana Football”Because we cannot do things on our own without a white person”, he told OTEC FM.
“It’s very unfortunate where our football is moving towards”
“The second assistant to C.K is coming to take over from him Akunnor, that is how I see it and I feel very sad for C.K. Akonnor” He added.
The 45-year old previously worked with PSV Eindhoven, FC Porto, Vitesse Arnhem, Feyenoord Rotterdam, Anorthosis Famagusta and Al Shabab Dubai.
He is UEFA A-License holder with over 25 years of worldwide top football experience.
Story Kolog Bonaventure