Great Olympics forward, Emmanuel Clottey, says he and the rest of the playing body are behind interim head coach, Seth Hoffman, and they trust him to bring success to the team.
Olympics are without a substantive head coach after Prince George Koffi resigned after Week 7 when they lost 1-0 to WAFA at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Hoffman’s tenure in charge of the team has resulted in a thrilling 4-3 win at King Faisal in Week 8 and a 2-1 home loss to Eleven Wonders in Week 9 but Clottey believes that Hoffman has what it takes to get the team going.
“I think Hoffman is a very good coach and he will help us. I get this feeling when I look at his training sessions and I believe he will help us.
He has had to take over as head coach and so, we will need time to understand his way of playing the game but we cannot take all the time to do that.
We are comfortable with him and we know what he can do and so, we need to take our training sessions seriously and we will see how things go.”
Olympics take on Legon Cities FC in a Valentine’s Day clash at the Accra Sports Stadium at 7pm and the “Dade Boys” will hope to get a win to boost their current league standing.
Olympics are 15th on the log with 10 points while Legon Cities are one place above them also on 10 points.