Former Black Stars midfielder, Mohammed Polo has revealed his intention to launch a book about his career.

The 65-year-old is keen to follow in the footsteps of Ghana’s all-time top scorer, Asamoah Gyan and CK Gyamfi’s, posthumously written by Fiifi Anaman.

The books launched by Gyan and CK are titled the ‘LeGyandary’ and “The Black Star: Autobiography of C.K Gyamfi”, respectively.

Polo believes his innate talent has not been seen by many and accentuated enough by the past generation.

“A book has been written about Mohammed Polo, the dribbling magician, a story about the magician player.” The Hearts of Oak legend told JoySports in an exclusive interview.

“[I am a] player with different accolades. I’m a maestro, wizard, Polo-to-polo, wonderboy, player extraordinaire, scientist footballer, The names are in the book.” The veteran coach added.

Polo was Ghana’s Footballer of the Year in 1974 after just about a year of playing in the local league. He was also a member of Ghana’s team that won the African Cup of Nations in 1978.

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