Great Olympics striker, Maxwell Abbey Quaye says all clubs in the top flight are in for a different and a tough season compared to last term.
The 23-year-old is now on three goals after bagging a hat-trick in week two against premier league entrants, Accra Lions last Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The “Dade” Boys got their 2021/22 season off to a slow start after picking a point from the Aliu Mahama Stadium on match day one against Real Tamale United after a 1-1 draw.
The two time Ghana champions made amends for the lost points from week one against RTU by putting three goals past premier league debutants, Accra Lions who replied ones at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Great Olympics have now gathered four points from two games and Abbey Quaye is anticipating a tough season for the clubs with 32 matches left in the journey.
“This season will be different from last season because every club has learnt lessons.
“I think for the past three seasons or so we have not been able to finish the league.
“It was just last season that we were able to finish the league so it is a lesson for all the clubs already in the league.
“Every club has prepared for this season and no one was expecting our performance last season.
“I think the other clubs will wake up and then tighten their belt.
“So it won’t be easy meeting the clubs which were already in the league from last season.” Maxwell Abbey Quaye told Goodnews fm of Takoradi.
Great Olympics have an away game against in form Legon Cities FC at the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturday, November 14.
The fixture will light up the nation’s Wembley as Legon Cities have equally collected four points from two games.
The Royals held league holders, Hearts of Oak to a goalless draw in their season opener before squeezing three points from premier league returnees, Real Tamale United in a 3-2 result at the Accra Sports Stadium in the second fixture.