Former Accra Hearts of Oak skipper, Amankwah Mireku has debunked reports about his new appointment as the deputy coach of the 2000 Champions League winners, Accra Hearts of Oak.
Speaking on Happy FM on Thursday morning, the CAF Champions League winner revealed that he is yet to be named as the Phobians assistant coach.
“Maybe the deputy coach appointment is on the way because as at now, nobody has contacted me about this issue”, he said.
According to him, he can only visit the players at camp in a capacity as a former player of the club but not assistant as reported by some media houses in the country.
“If I am to visit the team in camp right now,I will be doing so as a former player of the club and nothing more”, Amankwah Mireku added.
Amankwah Mireku was the captain of the Accra-based club when the lifted the maiden CAF Confederation Cup in Kumasi in 2005 against rivals Kumasi Asante Kotoko SC.