Hearts of Oak interim head coach, Edward Odoom, has taunted city rivals, Great Olympics, and has called them ‘tenants’ after his team handed Olympics a 4-0 thumping at the Accra Sports Stadium in Week 14 of the Ghana Premier League.
Goals from Joseph Esso, Daniel Afriyie and a brace from Benjamin Afutu settled the tie in favour of the Phobians on the night.
Before the match, the Great Olympics Twitter handle said that they were rather the landlords of the capital and not Hearts of Oak.
— ACCRA GREAT OLYMPICS (@AccraGtOlympics) March 9, 2020
After the match on Wednesday, Odoom responded to that claim in his post match interview with StarTimes TV.
“Before the match, I told everyone that we would see who were the landlords and who were the tenants. I guess now we have all seen who is who.”
Hearts fires back in Twitter war
The morning after the match, the Hearts of Oak Twitter handle took a shot at Great Olympics with a tweet demanding respect from them.
🗣 | Quick question; can you explain the difference between a landlord and a land guard? 🤔
Word of advice, Always show respect to your elders. 😎
— Phobians (@HeartsOfOakGH) March 12, 2020
Olympics face another team from the capital, Liberty Professionals, in Week 15 while Hearts of Oak travel to face bottom-placed King Faisal.