Sign in
Download Opera News App





Premier League

Boycott; Olympics team players are living in a limbo with too much justify ongoing in the team

Vincent Atingah, Samudeen and other players are looking for a way to ensure that they revive their career once again. Let's now look like nothing has happened because the players want to boycott their the team looking at how the justifying has been ongoing in the team. There's is a fear that some of them will be sidelined for the new inclusions. Due to this agitations the players were not allowed to be part of the team and have moved on to Kingfaisal and other clubs as well. Club is hoping to recruit players for both their feeder side Cedar Stars Academy and the senior side. Players between the ages of 16 and 20 years will be under consideration during the period of the justifier. The Club’s technical team headed by ex-Ghana International Willie Klutse will access players during the exercise and recommend talented youngsters to be recruited to Cedar Stars Academy and Inter Allies.

Olympics bragged about being the real landlords of the capital but failed to justify it by suffering their second heaviest defeat of the season.

In the truncated season, Great Olympics suffered a worse defeat with a brace by midfielder Benjamin Afutu Kotey and a goal each by Joseph Esso and Daniel Afriyie earned the hosts deserved 4-0 victory over Olympics. Speaking in his post-match conference, coach Annor said his team failed to come to the party with their opponents during the encounter. “In fact I am short of words and honestly I am disappointed in my players because there is a vast difference in our previous game and today's own,” he said. Arnold Abbey-Mensah, is also a graduate of the University of Ghana (UG) has signed a 3-year contract with one of the oldest football clubs in Ghana, Accra Great Olympics.

He was scouted during the Ghana Universities Sports Association (GUSA) Games hosted by UG in January 2020. Abbey-Mensah, a dynamic and hardworking attacking midfielder played three matches during the games scoring a goal and assisting another.

After all these scouting there are a number of players still sitting on the bench and not getting enough playing time to push the club to a final destination. The team has been able to maintain and add amazingly good players to their team all the time to compete. He spoke exclusively to the Sports Directorate after his unveiling at his new club. “I am happy to sign my first professional contract with one of the greatest clubs in Ghana. I hope to win the Ghana Premier League with Olympics and progress to play for the national teams. I am grateful to the University of Ghana Sports Directorate for the opportunity to wear the Gold and Blue jersey during GUSA 2020. I will forever cherish the moments I had with the team and I am charged to make UG proud.”

Content created and supplied by: Joshmosh99 (via Opera News )

Annor Cedar Stars Olympics Vincent Atingah Willie Klutse


Load app to read more comments