Great Olympics coach Annor Walker has expressed dissatisfaction with his team’s performance in their draw against Samartex during week 11 of the Ghana Premier League.
The Dade Boys couldn’t capitalize on their home advantage, settling for a pulsating goalless draw against Samartex at the Accra Sports Stadium on Monday.
“Seriously, I’m not impressed with the performance of my players, and if I should tell you I’m impressed with the performance in the first half, then I’m telling lies. In all things, you have to give thanks, so I give thanks to the Almighty for what he has given me,” Walker commented to StarTimes.
“We should have killed the game in the first half because we created a lot of scoring chances, but my strikers squandered all, so it’s just unfortunate.”
Great Olympics currently occupy the 5th position on the Ghana Premier League table with 16 points after eleven games in the ongoing season.