Sports News of Thursday, 6 July 2017
Former coach of Accra Great Olympics, Godwin Attram, has expressed his disappointment towards the current management over their failure to manage the team properly and has called on the supporters of the club to step up and salvage the situation.
The ‘Wonder Club’ are currently second from bottom in the relegation zone having accumulated 19 points with 20 matches played this season.
The former Black Stars player, has challenged the supporters of the club to wake up from their slumber because the management are not managing the team well and if they fail to step up, the fortunes of the club will deteriorate.
“If you manage things properly and motivate players, I don’t think your player will go for bribe for you to lose a match. Ask yourself why this management always send teams to relegation. It’s because they don’t have proper structures and whenever you try to implement proper structures they frustrate you, so the supporters must wake up.
“Olympics supporters, I am pleading with you to wake up and fight for your team. The team belongs to you and not some individuals. This bad management will send Great Olympics back to relegation.” Attram told Happy FM.
Great Olympics will be looking forward to get a positive results in their fight for relegation as they face defending league champions Wa All Stars at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday.