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I Don’t Know What Happened to my Boys at Home - Coach Walker Fumes

Head coach of Great Olympics, Annor Walker has been left in a confused state after his charges drew goalless against Bechem United last Sunday.

The two time Ghana Premier League champions were held to a goalless draw by the Hunters in match week six at the Accra Sports Stadium. Great Olympics needed to comeback or so to speak recover from their 1-0 loss at West Africa Football Academy in Sogakope in week five but could not find the right means to win all three points at home. A better performance put up by Bechem United has left Great Olympics head coach, Annor Walker in a state sadness and confusion.

He spoke after their drawn game:”I did not get my rhythm at all and the way we played, and the whole thing changed today. “And I have most of my regular players in the team but still,.. seriously I don’t understand what happened because, I don’t know, I don’t know,” Annor Walker said. “But all in all, I’m going back to think about it, see where the mistakes came from, why my boys didn’t play the way we planned this game and the way we even normally play. “It’s just unfortunate, so I wasn’t happy but that’s why I said I have to go back and correct my mistakes before I go to Dormaa.” Annor Walker added.

The “Dade Boys” now sit 7th with 9 points after six league matches. They have a tough week seven clash against a rejuvenated and two time Ghana champions, Aduana Stars at the Nana Agyemang Badu.

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