Accra Great Olympics’ newly appointed coach, Godwin Attram, says his target is to bring the Wonder Club back to the Premier League.
Attram re-joined Olympics during the second half of the 2014/2015 Ghana Premier League season and decided to stay even after the club was relegated.
Speaking to the Graphic Sports, on Thursday in Accra, the former PSV Eidhoeven striker insisted that, Olympics really deserved to be back in the Premier League and he hoped to bring back the glory days of the Wonder Club in his challenging dual role as a player and coach.
“I believe we can make Oly one of the best teams in the country and show we really deserve to be playing in the top-flight league.
“No team in the Premier League is bigger than Accra Great Olympics and fans should watch out for us soon”, Attram said.
The 35-year-old forward lauded the technical qualities of clubs in Zone Three of the GN Bank Division One League but remained optimistic of qualifying despite their current standing on the league table (third).
“The quality of players in the Division One League is really high. It features some experienced teams such as Hearts of Lions, Mighty Jets and Tema Youth but I dont think we have any excuse if we fail,” he contended