Former Hearts of Oak head trainer, Mohammed Polo, has said he will build a formidable side that will win the FIFA World Cup trophy for Ghana when he is given the opportunity to lead the Black Stars.
Ghana has failed to win a major silverware since 1982 despite playing in three finals of Africa’s prestigious tournament, Africa up of Nations [Afcon].
According to Polo, he can end the country’s trophy drought within the next five years when given the Black Stars coaching job.
“I will build a standing national team within the clubs if I am handed the Black Star’s head coach role,” Polo, a 1978 Africa Cup of Nations winner told Otec FM.
“I will assemble the best players in the league for one (1) year for which Ghana will win the World Cup within five (5) years.
“That is called proper development because Brazil did the same and they won the World Cup.
“We have plans but the leaders in Ghana will never give us the chance to work” He added.
Charles Akonnor is currently in charge as the head coach of the senior national team, the Black Stars, and has been tasked to win Afcon 2022.