Accra Great Olympics head coach, Annor Walker, says how he treats his players have made them ready to “die” for him during matches in other to get the desired results.
This was after the Dade boys’ impressive 1-0 away win at Dawu against Dreams FC in matchday 17 of the Ghana Premier League on Sunday afternoon.
Walker states they expected a tough test against the Still Believe lads, who were in form in their last couple of games before Sunday’s game.
“It’s a match that we knew it was going to be difficult, but tactically, we worked on it and it has paid well for me. I am very happy for my boys and to the almighty father, I ‘m very happy,” he said after the game.
“Honestly, the team is for me. I’m the coach and father for the boys and in my absence, they were worried and were calling me on my sick bed.
“So, they wanted me. The way I am to them, how I treat them and they always want to die for me.”
The win sees Great Olympics maintain their second position on the league log with 30 points, while Dreams FC drop to fifth with 26 points.