Edward Nii Odoom, interim coach of Accra Hearts of Oak insisted he is capable of leading the club to restore its lost glory when given the team on a permanent basis.
After the exit of Kim Grant as the head coach of the club, the former Tema Youth gaffer has been asked to take charge of the club.
Odoom’s first match in the job ended up a 3-0 loss at Medeama on Sunday in Week 2 of the Ghana Premier League.
The Phobians fell to goals from Prince Opoku Agyemang and Nana Kofi Babil to leave them bottom of the league table after two matches. They lost 1-0 to Berekum Chelsea in Week 1 of the league.
After the loss, Odoom’s capabilities as a coach came under scrutiny and he was resolute in his defense of his work at Hearts of Oak in the first two rounds of the season.
"I have coached in Ghana for 30 years. I have handled different teams like Real Sportive and many others.
"This Hearts of Oak job is not beyond me at all. I am capable of doing the work well.”
His next assignment will be against Dwarfs at the Accra Sports Stadium in Week 3 of the league.