Coach of Accra Great Olympics Prince Kofi has described their matchday 2 game against Aduana Stars last Sunday as highly competitive.

The wonder club [Olympics] lost 0-1 to Aduana Stars but coach Prince Kofi believes his side was the better side despite the defeat.

“It was a nice game, highly uncompromising, very dicey game full of exchanges, but I think we were the better side,” the coach said in his post match assessment.

“We played better than Aduana, taking the three-thirds of the field [from the defensive third, to the middle, and the attacking third of the field].

“We had some decent changes that we should have buried, but unfortunately we couldn’t find the back of the net and I think that’s the reason why we lost.”

Great Olympics midfielder Gladson Awako shared similar opinion with his coach saying they were just unlucky on the day:

“It wasn’t a bad game. We did pretty good and I think we were unlucky also because we had chances to carry the day but we couldn’t make good use of those chances and we got punished in the last minute.”

Coach Kofi, however, believes that officiating on the day wasn’t the best:

“I don’t normally complain about officiating, but I think it was terrible to be honest with you,” an angry looking Prince Kofi said.

Great Olympics are yet to score a point in the league so far and their next game is against Bechem United at the Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park in Bechem on Sunday, January 12.