Great Olympics defender, Christopher Nettey is confident that the club will retain its top flight status at the end of the 2022/23 BetPawa Premier League.
The “Dade Boys” will move to use their second venue, the Sogakope Park for their remaining league games due to the heavy taxes charged when using the Accra Sports Stadium.
The Wonder Club are battling relegation, sitting 17th on the league log having clawed 31 points from 26 games.
Nettey, who joined the two time league champions believes they will be able escape the drop.
“We are moving to the WAFA Park and I believe it is in the best interest of the club,” he said in an interview.
“There are few matches to end the end of the season but I am convinced that Great Olympics will survive relegation,” he added.
Former Karela United coach, Bismark Kobi-Mensah was appointed as the head trainer this year following the exit of ex-Ghana international, Yaw Preko.
The young coach has managed just two wins, two draws and two losses since his appointment three months ago.
Great Olympics will host Tamale City in the matchday 27 games at the Red Bull Arena in Sogakope on Sunday.