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Great Olympics coach Annor Walker ready for the sack

Published on: 27 April 2022

 

Great Olympics head coach Annor Walker says he is ready to part ways with the club if his services are no longer needed.

The ‘Oly Dade Boys’ have been on a poor run of games in the ongoing Ghana Premier League with just one win in five matches.

Great Olympics were defeated at home last Sunday by Ashantigold SC.

Coach Annor Walker seemed to have suffered some abuse from the fans after the defeat to Ashantigold SC and is ready to leave the post.

“If this is how they will pay me back, it’s okay. I have done a lot of good work for the club and at a point in time, we were title contenders. If Olympics feels I’m not good for the club again, they can sack me but surely I will not go hungry. God will take care of me”, he told Accra-based Hot FM.

Coach Annor Walker has urged the team to be united and rally behind them as they hope to finish in the top four this season.

Great Olympics is currently placed seventh on the league table with 39 points after the defeat.

Annor Walker who is also Coach of the Black Stars B will commence preparations with the team ahead of the Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifiers which start in July.

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