Head coach of Karela United, Evans Adotey says he had wanted to beat Great Olympics to close in on leaders, Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko at the top of the log.
Prior to playing Great Olympics, the Anyinase based club were on 42 points.
A win against the Dade Boys would have shot them into third on 45 points meaning just a point behind the leaders.
The 1-1 draw at home to Olympics leaves them on 43 points still in 4th same as Medeama with the other clubs yet to clear their week 27 fixtures.
Evans Adotey was not pleased with his inability to narrow the gab at the top.
“I said earlier, my ambition was to claim the maximum points to ensure that we close the gab between us and the one at the top, I mean Hearts of Oak.
“Unfortunately things turned the other side.
“In the game of football, I keep on saying that, it is all about setting your objectives right and ensuring that players go by the side of play or game plan under the principles of play.
“We took a first half lead but unfortunately we gave up the fight till we came back in the last twenty minutes to struggle for the winner but things turned the other way.”Evans Adotey said.
Evans Adotey has a tough task against top four contenders, Medeama in match day 28.