Head coach of Great Olympics, Annor Walker has admitted that rivals, Hearts of Oak are a tough side.
The “Dade Boys” managed to hold the Phobians to a 1-1 draw at the Accra Sports Stadium in match day 28 on Sunday.
Emmanuel Nettey’s 51st minute long range strike was unfortunately cancelled by Maxwell Abbey-Quaye’s later headed.
Annor Walker said after the game.
“Of course I’m satisfied with it [1-1 draw].
“My understanding and the reason is, you know Hearts they are a tough side, we have to admit it.
“I had to come from behind so I’m satisfied with the result.” Annor Walker said.
The two time Ghana league holders lie 4th on the league table with 45 points from 28 matches.
Great Olympics are away to King Faisal at the Ohene Ameyaw Park in match day 29.