Hearts of Oak legend Mohammed Polo has charged coach Samuel Boadu to go all out and win the CAF Champions League.
The former Hearts of Oak player and coach is proud of Samuel Boadu’s domestic achievements on the local scene.
He urged the former Medeama boss not to think that winning CAF Champions League is beyond him.
“He has to improve beyond winning the league double. It is an opportunity to advance his course.
He shouldn’t limit himself. He should go in for the ultimate,” Polo said.
Boadu bagged the domestic double in his first season at Hearts of Oak and as a result, qualified the Phobians to CAF Champions League for the first time since 2006.
Their campaign will start next month when they face Guinean side CI Kamsar in the preliminary round.
Hearts of Oak have been crowned champions of Africa once in 2000.