Former Asante Kotoko head coach David Duncan has denied reports linking him to Accra Hearts of Oak to replace under-fire gaffer Henry Wellington.
Rife reports in the media on Thursday suggested that the former Ghana youth coach has been contacted by the Phobians who have had a terrible start to the 2017/2018 Ghana Premier League as a result of their uninspiring form.
But Duncan in an exclusive interview with SportsworldGhana.com via phone call has refuted being approached by the Capital based club to take them out from their current tailspin.
The mouthy coach as been inactive in coaching since he was fired by Kotoko in 2016 following a disastrous 1-0 defeat to Aduana Stars that saw Kotoko dropped to the bottom of the league log.
”Well I’m hearing this for the very first time from you, seriously I haven’t been contacted by Accra Hearts of Oak”
He added ” I don’t know where these reports are coming from because Hearts haven’t contacted me let alone taking over from Henry Wellington”.
Hearts who were whipped 3-1 by newly promoted side Karela United FC on Wednesday in match day 8 of the Ghana Premier League have only picked 10 out of a possible 24 points this season.
They have a record of three wins, a draw and four defeats in eight games this season, conceding 13 goals after netting 10.