Former Hearts of Oak midfielder, Mohammed Polo, has revealed he wouldn’t mind wearing the jersey of Asante Kotoko if he was young.
Polo, who played for Hearts for the greater part of his career, said he would have liked to play for the Porcupine Warriors to know how it feels like being a Kotoko player.
The ex-Black Stars player’s comments come after Sulley Muntari has been strongly linked with a move to the Kumasi-based club after his contract with the Phobians expired.
“I wish I was also young like Sulley, I would have made the decision to play for Kotoko so that i can have a feel of what it is to play for a team like Kotoko to know how they do their things,” he told Akoma FM.
“If I was in my youthful days, I would have taken the same decision as Sulley. There’s nothing wrong with what Sulley wants to do. Players have been doing that all over the world.
“I later joined Olympics after playing for Hearts of Oak for 21 years even though Hearts wanted me to retire. Hearts didn’t play any farewell game for me after retiring. Honestly, I wish I was young again to play for Kotoko and experience how it feels because Hearts and Kotoko are the two greatest teams in Ghana.”
Muntari is yet to make a decision on his next club but the midfielder has always said he grew up supporting Kotoko.