Ghanaian football agent Kurt Okraku has backed calls for the dismissal of under-fire Mohammed Polo as Hearts of Oak coach.
Polo has incurred the wrath of the club’s disgruntled supporters following their back-to-back defeat against All Stars in the First Capital Plus Premier League.
The Phobians lost 3-0 against the Wa-based side to heap the heat on the tough-talking trainer.
Okraku, a staunch Hearts man, wants him to be sacked now without delay.
“Polo is a no show for Hearts of Oak and they must sack him,” Okraku told Metro FM.
“For God’s sake Hearts of Oak need top top personalities to steer the team.
“Polo is not cast such mould and I don’t know why they keep him.
“The leaders of the club must be up and doing and take the right decisions.
“This level of mediocrity I really don’t understand. When I saw the line up [last Wednesday] I was shocked.
“None of the players can make the Dreams FC team, I am not boasting.
“And the leaders at the club allow such a thing to happen?”
Hearts have picked only four points from five game since Polo took charge of the club from dismissed David Duncan.