Ghana Premier League club, Great Olympics have watered down claims that, changes in their technical team has affected their performance.
The two time Ghana champions were under the guidance of veteran coach, Annor Walker but he left for fellow top flight side, Samartex before the start of the 2022/23 BetPawa Premier League.
Assistant, Yaw Preko was elevated to the substantive role but was far from impressive leading to his sack.
Former Karela United coach, Bismark-Kobbie Mensah was named in place of Yaw Preko but performances have not been convincing either.
With 35 points from 29 games and in 17th position on the league log, the spokesperson of the club, St. Osei believes they will soon come out of the challenges.
“Those who are saying that, are saying that on a wrong footing, how many coaches have we changed?
“Before the season started, the coach that was with, he rather left then we promoted his assistant to take up the substantive position.
“In the course of play, we were not satisfied with his performance and we only changed him.
“So I don’t think that the assertion that anybody is making is anything to go by.” St. Osei told Radio Gold Sports.
The “Dade Boys” will next host bottom club, Kotoku Royals at the Accra Sports Stadium for match day 30.