Head coach of Accra Great Olympics, Annor Walker, was left stunned and flabbergasted at his players after their 4-0 loss to Hearts of Oak in Week 14 of the Ghana Premier League.
Great Olympics were handed their biggest defeat of the season by their city rivals. They were dominated in the tie and they had no response to what the Phobians threw at them.
After the match, Walker told StarTimes’ Eli Kondoh that he was left absolutely shocked at the output of the team in the match.
“I am short of words and I do not know what to say. Honestly, I am very disappointed in the players because if you look at how we played against Dwarfs in Week 13 and in the previous matches and you compare it to what we did against Hearts, I do not know what to say.”
The loss was Olympics’ 8th of the season and they are now 15th on the table on 14 points.
Olympics face Liberty (home), Kotoko (away) and Dreams FC (home) in their final three matches of the first round of the Ghana Premier League.