Legendary Mohammed Ahmed Polo has disclosed a desire to play for Asante Kotoko if he were to have another opportunity to enjoy football. Commenting on a purported move by Sulley Ali Muntari to Asante Kotoko, Mohammed Ahmed Polo, a former player of Accra Hearts of Oak backs the decision, adding that, he will have taken similar decision in his prime days.
“I wish I was also young like Sulley Muntari, I would have decided 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.” Mohammed Ahmed Polo 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. 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.”
Sulley Ali Muntari, after playing half a season for Accra Hearts of Oak, is reported to be on the verge of joining sworn adversaries Asante Kotoko. Talks between both parties are at an advanced stage, and a deal could be reached in coming days.
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