Soccer News of Friday, 28 October 2016
Coach of Accra Great Olympics, Godwin Attram, has underscored his readiness to feature in the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League and that, he is not ready to ‘hang’ his boots.
Attram led the DADE BOYS’ return to the Ghana Premier League in his first attempt as a coach from the dreaded Zone three of the GN Division One league after the departure of Yaw
Acheampong following the club’s relegation to the division exactly a year ago.
In an interview with sportscrusader.com, Attram reiterated the need to stabilize the status of Great Olympics as a force to be reckoned with in the Premier League, while pursuing youth development programs that will lead to improved quality of players and easier replacement.
He said: “I will register for the team, at least for this season, so that whenever I’m needed, I can deliver for the team. I did that in the just-ended Division One League.
“Until I find a better replacement, I’m not yet ready to hang my boots. Olympics is a great club and I’m proud to be one of them.”