If it was a fixed game I didn’t know anything about it – Olympics coach Walker reacts to Eleven Wonders loss
Great Olympics head coach Annor Walker has reacted to his side’s strange home loss to relegated-threatened Techiman Eleven Wonders in the Ghana Premier League.
The Wonder Club were stunned on the 85th minute mark when forward Abass Ganiu scored the only goal of the game at the Accra Sports Stadium in the matchday 32 clash.
Eleven Wonders were the unlikely side to win the encounter but Ganiu’s strike, which was his 4th in a row in the league, consigned Olympics to their 11th loss of the season while it leaves them with double defeat against Wonders who now sit 11th on the table with 39 points with two games left to wind down the season.
Olympics have dropped 6th on the log and must now punch above their weights to be able to secure a place in the top 4.
Head coach of Olympics reacting to questions from the media in the post match interview said: “If it was a fixed game I knew nothing about it.”
His comments doesn’t exonerate his club from any allegations as he appears to be interested in extricating himself from any blames.
Meanwhile Wonders coach Ignatius Fosu was quick to reject the suggestion by insisting he has never lost a game as a coach to Great Olympics before.
“I have never lost a game to Great Olympics before so I don’t know where this is coming from,” he also said.
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