Appointing the "dribbling magician" might soothe the pain of Hearts of Oak supporters following the sacking of David Duncan.
With a four-point gap separating the Phobians from the top, Mohammed Polo will be expected to weave some magic and get one over their rivals, Asante Kotoko.
Polo will lead the Phobians on their trip to Cape Coast where they will face Dwarfs, who are one point above relegation on Sunday as the Premier League returns this weekend after a two-week break.
It will be the first game for the man known as the "dribbling magician" but the jury is already out on the ex-Ghana and Hearts of Oak player.
Despite the attention being on Polo as he picks up the reigns, there will be more action at other centres.
Leaders Asante Kotoko, with a four-point cushion at the top will attempt to extend that gap when they travel to Tema to face Amidaus Professionals.
Berekum Chelsea's stock might have plummeted but trip to Kpando appears a difficult ask of the former champions who clash with Heart of Lions.
AshantiGold have started off well this season and are five points behind the top. The Miners could mount the pressure at the summit if they secure victory against Hasaacas in a fixture that would be broadcast live on SuperSport.
Medeama occupy fourth position but they will be aiming higher when New Edubiase visits the T&A Park.
At the Agyemang Badu Park, will take their chance to rise into the mid-table if they can defeat Wa All Stars.
Liberty Professionals take on Bechem United at the Accra Sports Stadium.
King Faisal and Inter Allies are both in the relegation zone as the meet in the clash of the bottom two at the Baba Yara Stadium. Just three points separates Faisal from Inter Allies, who are rooted at the foot of the table.