GPL: Olympics coach Annor Walker satisfied with draw against Hearts
Great Olympics coach Annor Walker says he is content with his side’s performance against city-rivals Hearts of Oak on Sunday.
The Dade boys managed a comeback to secure a 1-1 draw at the Accra Sports Stadium in matchday 28 of the Ghana Premier League.
Emmanuel Nettey opened the scoring for the Phobians before Maxwell Abbey restored parity.
Speaking after the game, Annor Walker admitted Hearts of Oak is a strong side and is satisfied getting a draw.
“Of course am satisfied with it. My understanding and the reason is Hearts is a tough side, I have to admit it and you know I have to come from behind so am satisfied” he said.
The draw sends Hearts back to the top of the league on 50 points same as rivals Kotoko but the Phobians have goals advantage, while Olympics sits 4th with 45 points.