Eyal Lachman has expressed his desire to coach in the Ghana Premier League again and won’t rule out a possible return to Hearts of Oak.
The Israeli trainer was in charge of the Phobians during the 2008/2009 season.
Speaking exclusively to FootballMadeInGhana, he admitted he still loves Ghana football and confirmed his passion for Hearts remains.
“I still feel something when I hear the name Hearts of Oak, it’s part of my life” Lachman said proudly.
Asked if he would take an opportunity to coach the Rainbow club, he said: “I think about this possibility all the time and I feel that I must do it”
Lachman made his name in the Israeli league by leading the country’s poorest club, Hapoel Bnei Sakhnin, to a Uefa Cup place in 2004.