By Ameenu Shardow
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Danish coach Tommy Moller Nelsen has cooled talks on reports he is set to be appointed technical advisor of Ghanaian club Hearts of Oak.
The 52-year-old claims he is only in the country to â€˜watch footballâ€™.
Nelsen went to see Hearts train on Friday to give further credence to reports he is in the country to seal his appointment as a technical advisor of the club.
The ex Rangers coach was again at the Accra Sports Stadium to see the sideâ€™s 2-1 win over Bechem United on Sunday.
The Dane however insists his visit to Ghana is not to take up a job at Hearts.
â€œI am just here to watch a football game,â€ he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
â€œI canâ€™t tell [if he is interested in a coaching post at Hearts]. I am only here as a friend of Neil Armstrong (Heartsâ€™ Chief Executive) who has been my friend for many years.
â€œThis is my third time in Ghana and I am happy to be here.â€
Nelsen is reported to be leading a pack of coaches interested in taking up a role with the Phobians ahead of an expected technical shake up at the end of the season.
The sleeping Ghanaian giants are looking for a new coach on the quiet as they will be doing away with coach Mohammed Polo when his contract expires next month.