Player-coach Godwin Attram admits that Great Olympics are going through “crisis” after six games without victory in the Ghana Premier League.
Attram was very disappointed with his side’s defeat at the hands of Hearts of Oak at the Accra sports stadium on Sunday.
Olympics had lots of possession and created decent chances but were on the losing side at the end. Hearts of Oak scored first through Paul Acquah’s powerful header.
But enterprising midfielder Benjamin Arthur pulled even for Olympics with a superb header, but the Phobians scored the winning goal later in the second half through Inusah Musah.
‘We are in crisis since we are at the bottom, the pressure is there, you could see that the pressure has even affected the players,” Attram told the press after the game.
“The players got chances in the box but because of the pressure they failed to finish it, we are still in crisis until we are able to grab some wins we can’t come out of it. My players can play well all we need to is to win a game and the motivation will come.”
Olympics are rocked bottom after Matchday 6.