Veteran trainer Annor Walker has resumed his duties as Great Olympics head coach after recovering from an illness.
Walker has not been in the dugout for the past one month due to illness.
The gaffer took a sick leave in early January with Yaw Preko and Godwin Attram entrusted with the team’s technical duties on a temporal basis.
But Walker has returned after recovering fully from illness. He reportedly took charge of the club’s training on Tuesday at the La McDan Park in the presence of Preko and Attram.
According to the club’s Chief Executive Officer, Oluboi Commodore, his return means Preko and Attram’s job is done.
“Now that he [Annor Walker] has returned, Yaw Preko and Godwin Attram’s work have come to an end. We will ask Annor Walker to appoint his assistant,” he is reported by Ghanasoccernet.com to have told Happy FM.
Preko and Attram did a good job during their short spell. They were involved in five games and secured three victories including the famous 2-0 win against local rivals Hearts of Oak.
Source: Modern Ghana