Former Hearts of Oak striker Mohammed Polo has showered praises on current Coach of the club Sergio Traguil, who took over from Japanese trainer Kenichi Yastuhashi, after the first round of the league ended. Sergio has won three out of the five matches he has played so far in the second round.
“He has done well, it is not bad at all, but you cannot take anything from Kenichi, he prepared the team and the team was doing well before he left. If Sergio had faulted, we would have bashed him for destroying the team… he is doing well we wish he will continue that way because he is now getting the opportunity to stamp his system of play”, Polo said in an interview with Class Sports.
Traguil will be playing his toughest game against Kotoko on Sunday July 24 after he lost against the Porcupine Warriors on penalties at the Accra sports stadium when the two sides played in the President’s Cup.
Mr Polo, who was also a former coach of Hearts and took charge of the team for a short period added that most of the players he nurtured now form a core part of the current Hearts of Oak setup and believed a continues investment in grassroots football will make Ghana a factory of producing talented players in the near future.