Accra Great Olympics head coach Annor Walker has expressed his satisfaction with the performance of his team following last weekend’s win over Medeama SC in their matchday 18 game.
The Dade Boys stunned the Mauve and Yellow by a lone goal with Black Satellites wingback Samuel Ashie Quaye scoring on the 36th minute at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The all important win has sent Olympics to the top of the league table with plenty of games to be played for.
Speaking in a post-match interview after the game, Annor Walker, who is the head coach o the side feels elated with the win and has credited his boys for good work done despite admitting he anticipated a tough game from his opponents.
“I’m very happy with our win against Medeama,” he said.
“Thanks to the Almighty and my players for the good job and also playing to my instructions. Also, my midfielders did really well and showed their class despite coming up against a quality trio of Medeama.”
“I’m aware of the threat their attackers can pull at anytime but I told my defenders to be careful and make sure they don’t give Ahmed Toure any chance.”
Accra Great Olympics will engage Legon Cities in matchday 19 of the Ghana Premier League this weekend at the Accra Sports Stadium but this time as guests