Head coach of Great Olympics, Annor Walker has expressed worry about his side’s goal drought in the league games.
The “Dade Boys” have not won in the last four matches and have as well fired blanks in their last three outings of the 2021/22 season.
After beating Legon Cities FC 1-0 in week three at the Accra Sports Stadium, the two time Ghana champions have drawn 3-3 against Dreams FC in week four in Accra.
They were beaten 1-0 in week five by West Africa Football Academy in Sogakope courtesy striker, Justus Torsutsey’s last minute penalty.
Week six ended goalless at home to Bechem United before losing 1-0 at Aduana Stars.
Annor Walker is worried about the goal drought but is bent on remedying the situation as quickly as possible.
“Honestly I’m really worried because the goals were coming earlier on but I don’t know of late what is happening.
“In fact I have to go back, think about it, see what I have to do.
“If I should work on my strikers; already we’ve been doing it, if there is something to add to it then I will see what to do.” Annor Walker said.
Great Olympics have another tough test against new boys, Gold Stars at home in week eight.