I feel sad for CK Akonnor — Mohammed Polo

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The ex-Ghana International has expressed his disappointment and sadness relative to the appointment of a white man as the second assistant coach to CK Akunnor.

Former Hearts of Oak Midfielder Mohammed Polo is expressing his displeasure following the appointment of a Dutch trainer Patrick Greveraars as the second deputy to Ghana’s Head coach CK Akunnor

Speaking with Kumasi based OTEC fm, Polo said the appointment says Ghana is incapable without the inclusion of a white man and that the white man will take over from Akunnor eventually.

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“The way things are going show very clearly that we are not capable and I feel sad for Ghana Football because we cannot do things on our own without a white person. It’s very unfortunate where our football is moving towards.

The second assistant to C.K is coming to take over from him (C.K.), that is how I see it and I feel very sad for C.K. Akonnor.” He added.

The Executive Council of the Ghana Football Association agreed to Akunnor’s request for the inculcation of a new technical person as Ghana prepares for the AFCON 2021 and the World Cup qualifies.

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This saw the appointment of Greveraars as one of the two persons who were recommended by Akunnor to beef up the technical team as Ghana prepare to bring the long awaited fifth AFCON home.

Greveraars is a UEFA License A holder with over 25 years of worldwide top football experience.

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Greveraars previously worked with PSV Eindhoven, FC Porto, Vitesse Arnhem, Feyenoord Rotterdam, Anorthosis Famagusta and Al Shabab Dubai

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