Former Accra Hearts of Oak coach, David Duncan has not ruled out a return to the Phobians but says it will depend on the circumstances.
The Phobians have parted ways with their coach following a few misunderstanding between him and the board chairman in November.
The 50-year old joined the Phobian club in November last year after coach C.K Akunnor was relieved off his duties.
The former Ashgold coach led Hearts from 14th position to fifth after an impressive run in the second half of the season.
“I came to the club with a vision because I knew what the loyal fans were expecting. Accra Hearts of Oak is a big club and expectations have always been high from the teeming supporters.”
”Coming back to the club will depend on the circumstance but I believe I have unfinished business at Accra Hearts of Oak. In 2005 I was close to taking charge at the club but it didn’t materialize and last year I was appointed to take over from C.K Akunnor and just as things were taking shape I was fizzled out,” he explained.
Duncan’s departure from Hearts of Oak sparked several days of protests against the Board and his replacement,Mohammed Polo is unsettled after the team’s early exit from the MTN F.A Cup