Deputy coach of Accra Hearts of Oak, David Ocloo says he feels “safe and comfortable” despite the club’s CAF Confederation Cup exit.
The Phobians piped Malian club, AS Real Bamako 1-0 in the second leg but failed to progress to the next stage after suffering a 3-0 first leg loss in Bamako.
David Ocloo who led the side in those two games, does not feel the heat.
“I feel very welcome, this is football, coaches are hired and fired, that is it.
“[Samuel] Boadu’s tenure is over, I’m interim.
“Maybe this is the end of my tenure as assistant coach of Accra Hearts of Oak.
“I feel very safe and comfortable [at Accra Hearts of Oak].” David Ocloo told Radio Gold Sports.
The Phobians are yet to appoint a substantive coach following the departure of Samuel Boadu who led the club to five trophies – a league title, two FA Cup, a Super Cup and the President’s Cup.