Great Olympics coach Annor Walker has expressed his disappointment following his outfit home defeat against Legon Cities in the Ghana Premier League.
The Dade Boys succumbed to a 2-0 defeat in the week 13 fixture of the domestic top-flight played at the WAFA Park in Sogakope on Monday.
Great Olympics have relocated to Sogakope following the closure of the Accra Sports Stadium by the National Sports Authority.
Goals from Kwabena Boateng and Joseph Mireku ensured Legon Cities bounce back to winning ways after going six games without a win.
“I’m really disappointed with this defeat and what makes it worse is losing at home. it’s a very painful defeat” he said after the game.
Great Olympics are currently 10th on the Ghana Premier League table with 16 points whiles Legon Cities sit 13th position with 15 points after 13 matches into the campaign.