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Great Olympics overhaul: Management and Technical team sacked after relegation

Great Olympics have dissolved their technical team and management following their relegation from the Ghana Premier League.


The Accra-based team, known as the “Wonder Club,” has taken drastic measures to dismiss their entire technical team and management in the wake of their demotion to the Division One League.


The club’s fate was sealed on the final day of the Premier League season, despite securing a walkover victory against Real Tamale United at the Accra Sports Stadium. This win proved insufficient to save them from relegation, marking a low point in the club’s recent history.


In response to this setback, the club’s board has moved swiftly to restructure the organization. A temporary sub-committee of the Board of Directors has been appointed to oversee the transition period.


The team consists of Mr Kwame Asuah Takyi, Mr Kudjoe Fianoo and Mr Oloboi Commodore. These individuals are tasked with stabilizing the club and charting a course for its immediate future in the lower division.

The decision to disband the current management and technical team suggests that the board is holding them accountable for the club’s poor performance this season. While specific details about the dismissed staff have not been provided, it typically includes the head coach, assistant coaches, physical trainers, and key administrative positions.

Olympics have announced their intention to appoint new management and technical teams as soon as possible. This process is crucial as the club prepares for life in the Division One League, where they will aim for a quick return to the top flight.

The relegation and subsequent reshuffling mark a challenging period for Great Olympics, a club with a rich history in Ghanaian football. Founded in 1954, the team has won the Ghana Premier League twice and has a passionate fan base in the capital city.

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