Mohammed Polo says he is disappointed at not being approached for the Hearts of Oak coaching job for the third time.
The former Ghana international has been angling for the job for the past few years but has consistently been overlooked.
He expressed his desire to take over the reigns when CK Akunnor was shown the exit door but officials opted to give the mantle to David Duncan.
Polo, known as the dribbling magician, has voiced out his frustration at his continuous snub for the job.
“I don’t know what to say again because I'm tired. They know I can do this job and yet they always overlook me,” Polo said
“It looks to me as if I'm being rejected by own family or father. Hearts need someone like me to turn things around.
“I have said this time and number but yet some of the officials have turned a blind eye.”
The former Great Olympics trainer is arguably the most technically gifted player ever to emerge from Ghana.