Great Olympics announce 30 man squad for GPL Second round

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Accra Great Olympics announce Ghana Premier League second round squad.

Coach Annor Walker together with the technical team have done additional signings to keep them among the Ghana Premier League league top four.

Goalkeepers
Benjamin Asare, Joshua Opoku, Stephen Kwaku and Saed Salifu

Defenders
Jamal Deen Haruna, Samuel Ashie Abbey Quaye, Philip Sackey, Stephen Sowah, David Amuzu, Eric Osei Bonsu, Razak Kasim, Karim Alhassan and Ebenezer Sekyere

Midfielders
Michel Otou, Gladson Awako, charlse Danso Otou, Arnold Abbey Mensah, Hamza Zakari,Kwabena Boateng, James Akaminko, Julius Nii Laryea Konyah, Rodney Appiah, Stephen Okai, Maxwell Abbey Quaye,

Attackers
Abdul Manaf Mudasiru, Thomas Darlington Acquah, Samuel Aryeetey Okine, Jacob Kingston, Yakubu Mohammed and Joshua Kwame Rhule.

Accra Great Olympics parted ways with nine players after the first round. The list are Ahmed Toure, Sunday Alhassan, Mujeeb Hakeem, Roger Sackey, Mustapha Zakaria, Maxwell Dodoo, Roland Grippman, Stephen Bruce Tagoe. All this players were sacked because they technical team feels that they are boy needed for the Ghana Premier League second round.

The team signed some players to beef up in other to get the best of the team. The players are former Asante Kotoko and Elmina Sharks striker Yakubu Mohammed, former Ashgold player James Akaminko, Thomas Acquah, Joshua Rhule, Rodney Appiah, Jacob Kingston, Julius Konyah, Samuel Okine and Stephen Okai.

The team also announced their technical team ahead of the Ghana Premier League second round. Annor Walker leads the team as the Head coach, Abdul Rabin Bashim is the clubs assistant coach after the club parted ways with Yaw Preko, Shaibu Alhassan Osei is the goalkeepers trainer of the club, George Alhassan is the teams Welfare officer and assistant welfare officer is Dennis Adjetey Adjei, David Kuma is the clubs physiotherapist, Eric Hammond is the Masseur and Hammond Quartey as the clubs equipment officer. All this technical team are expected to help the club achieve top four target.

The teams target in the Ghana Premier League 2020-21 was to make it to the top four yet the team is currently second on the league log. Great Olympics in week one of the Ghana Premier League managed a draw against Medeama Sc and have improved and are the one of the best home teams in the Ghana Premier League.

Olympics have lost to Liberty Professionals, Bechem United and have won most games against Hearts of Oak, Asante Kotoko, King Faisal, Inter Allies, WAFA and other clubs in the league.

The club is gaining more success because of their good output in the league

Coach Annor Walker has transformed the team with some quality players like Gladson Awako, Jamaldeen Haruna, Philip Sackey, Saed Salifu, Razak Kasim etc.

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