Great Olympics captain, Jamaldeen Haruna has conceded that they lost focus from the blast of the whistle against Bechem United on Sunday.
The central defender was pivotal in halting Bechem United’s insurgence which led to a stalemate in week six at Accra Sports Stadium.
The “Dade Boys” came into the clash from a 1-0 defeat at West Africa Football Academy in week five and needed to change the script but that could not materialize.
The 22-year-old towering figure expressed his disappointment during the post match press conference.
“We didn’t play to our rhythm because from the start of the game, we were down, that wasn’t [Great] Olympics playing because we were very down.
“That’s not the attitude so it was attitude and we took the game very easy too.
“That’s the only thing I will say accounted for the draw [against Bechem United],” Jamaldeen Haruna said.
“We didn’t underrate them because coming into this game we came with all seriousness but everything changed.” Jamaldeen Haruna added.
Great Olympics gave hot flashes of themselves from the start of the season but their firepower looks to have been doused in the last two games.
They have a journey to Dormaa as guests of two time Ghana champions, Aduana Stars at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park in week seven.