Head coach of Accra Great Olympics, Annor Walker has been left disappointed by his side’s loss to Asante Kotoko.
The “Dade Boys” succumbed to Cameroon striker, Frank Etouga’s brace at the Baba Yara Stadium in week 15 of the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League. The Cameroonian import scored early from penalty spot before latching on to a ball and slotting home the second later in the game. The defeat has left the veteran trainer short of words.
“Seriously I don’t know what happened to my boys today and initially you would realize I did some changes in the team. “They are [Great] Olympics players, registered players and they need to play also. “But I gave them the chance and they could not prove themselves and that also might be another cause of my defeat.
“You could see my midfield was not playing to the way I wanted them to play or we normally play so that also was a factor of my defeat.” Annor Walker told StarTimes. Great Olympics are 6th with 23 points on the league table from 15 matches. They have managed five wins and recorded seven draws and three defeats.