By Rahman Osman
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Veteran coach Herbert Addo is refusing to rule out a move to his former club Hearts of Oak.
Addo led Hearts to win the Ghana Premier League in 2002 and went unbeaten the following season but missed out on the title to rivals Kotoko.
Hearts are still without a coach after refusing to extend Mohammed Polo's short-term contract.
“Hearts is a big club and most good coaches will love to be there,” Addo told GHANASoccernet.com
“But I cannot say more on them I am seriously considering my future and if something concrete comes out I will be the first to let the media have it.”
Addo earned rave reviews for masterminding Inter Allies’ survival campaign in the Ghana Premier League on their debut season.
He also led the club to the final of the MTN Ghana FA Cup but lost to Asante Kotoko.