Accra Great Olympics is one of the teams that nearly got relegated in last season's truncated league. The team has turn completely from the bottom of the league log to a title contender. It is unfortunate, that they are trying to put all their effort in every game they play.
Hearts of Oak head coach, Samuel Boadu will be looking for his sixth straight win in the 2020/21 Ghana premier league against city rivals, Great Olympics. The two sides clash in the “Mantse” derby at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, June 6 in match day 28.
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Great Olympics head coach, Yaw Preko has charged his players to be self motivated ahead of their week 11 Premier League clash against city rivals, Hearts of Oak. The 2020/21 “Mantse derby” comes up at the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturday, January 30. Preko, who replaced indisposed Annor Walker on interim bases, says his charges must know what is at stake in such big games. “Every game and what it brings, Hearts of Oak and Olympics is a local derby. “You don’t need to motivate the players when it comes