Accra Great Olympics and Asante Kotoko will need more than luck and a wonder as they badly seek to save their dwindling fortunes in this season’s Ghana Premier League (GPL) come Saturday.
Coincidentally, both sides, who meet at the Accra Stadium, have changed their coaches but it has not brought in the expected results yet.
Nonetheless they will be hoping for a change when the Match Day 14 games are honoured.
Olympics, like Kotoko, have also had their share of confusion, beginning with the shuffle in the technical team which eventually led to the introduction of new coach, Tom Strand.
With the two sides still haunted by their inability to win and the seeming coaching headache, Kotoko face a very daunting task as they revisit the Accra Stadium in just a week against Great Olympics tomorrow.
Elsewhere, Accra Hearts of Oak will on Monday hope to sustain their newly found character which propelled them to victory over Kumasi Asante Kotoko in the “Ghana 60 Years On” Presidential Cup, when they welcome Ghana Premier League (GPL) leaders, WAFA, to the Accra stadium in what could be a very cagey fixture.
The match which was originally to be honoured on Sunday had to be rescheduled to Monday, to allow for the continuation of the ongoing African Rugby Challenge which is being played at the stadium on Sunday.
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