Olympics Coach Annor Walker: ‘The pressure is on Kotoko not Olympics’

Head coach of Accra Great Olympics Annor Walker

Head coach of Accra Great Olympics Annor Walker has said the pressure is on Asante Kotoko to beat them in their matchday 20 fixture which comes off at the Accra Sports Stadium today on Friday.

Great Olympics, known as the ‘Oly dade boys’, on matchday three defeated Asante Kotoko by a lone goal and is hoping to beat the Porcupine Warriors in this fixture.

Under Coach Mariano Barreto, Asante Kotoko has been impressive. Winning their last two games whilst Olympics suffered a 2-0 defeat to Legon Cities last weekend to surrender their position on top of the league to Asante Kotoko.

In an interview on an Accra-based FM station, Coach Annor Walker said that they are ready to face the Porcupine Warriors and they are confident of a win in this fixture as they eye a move back to the top of the table.

“We are ready for the game and there is no injury situation in camp. The pressure is on Kotoko, not Olympics because they have two Brazilians and a former Black Stars coach”, he said.

“What is special in the game is the fight for the top spot and Kotoko unbeaten in their last two games under Barreto. I hope to neutralize Kotoko in the first 15 minutes of the game.”

“I can’t say the number of goals but I am confident we will take all three points”, he added.



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