Accra Great Olympics were counted as one of the favorites to win the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League title prior to the start of the season.
The Dade Boys started the season on a good note after recording 10 points from their opening five matches.
The biggest news in their first five matches was the 1-0 win over second place Asante Kotoko at the Accra Sports Stadium in week 4.
Great Olympics currently lie 3rd on the league log with 49 points from 31 games.
With three matches to end the season, Coach Annor Walker believes, his side should have been run-away winners but for a few mistakes.
“This year should have been for Olympics, it’s this year, I’m not thinking of next year.
“I thought this year is my year and it’s a year that I personally told my boys that it’s a year that we have to make an impact.
“Despite with the players that I had, you know they are all young players who have not tasted premiership before, Division 2, Division 1 players.
“But I blended them and thought them football and they are playing what you people are seeing.
“But in the second round I will say we lost some matches that have cost us now. If not because of that, I should be the winner of the league this year, seriously.” Annor Walker said.
The two time Ghana Champions will play their last three matches against Eleven Wonders at home before traveling to the Golden City Park as guest of Berekum Chelsea.
The season ends for the Wonder club with a last game against Dreams FC at the Accra Sports Stadium.