Great Olympics director Fred Pappoe assures fans of better performances when the GPL resumes
Director of Great Olympics Fred Pappoe has intimated that there will be a major change in the side's fortune when the Ghana Premier League resumes.
The Wonder club return to the elite division has been underwhelming thus far as they are struggling to pick maximum points in matches, and are flirting with relegation.
But the club’s chief has assured their fans that they are putting their house in order before they honour their next game in the premier league.
“We didn’t start the season well, we’re not winning matches as we’d have liked but we’ve dominated the majority of our games so far,” Pappoe told Accra-based Happy FM.
“We are working well to correct the whatever lapses in the side and hope to start winning matches when we play our next match. We’ll come up with better performances, trust me.”
The Ghana Premier League went on break last weekend for the MTN FA Cup preliminary round but the Dade Boys will hope to resume the campaign on a winning note when they host Ebusua Dwarfs at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, April 2nd.
Great Olympics are on 7 points from 8 games as they occupy 13th position on the Ghana Premier League table.