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Ex-Olympics coach tips club to beat relegation

Immediate past head coach of Ghana Premier League outfit Great Olympics, Prince George Coffie is tipping the club to beat the drop and remain in the top flight at the end of the season.

The Wonder club has shuffled between the premier league and division one in recent past and the happenings so far this season does not really make them safe.

After a wobbly start that saw them lose their first three games, Olympics have been able to pick themselves up and record some highly encouraging results.

They have amassed 10 points from their last 5 games, a run that has seen them climb to 12 on the league table; 3 points above the drop zone.

Prince George Coffie, who left the club days ago citing personal reasons believes he’s put together a very strong team to win the club the needed points to stay safe.

“I am very optimistic that Oly (Great Olympics) can survive, the reason being that, we have worked, when I was with Oly, I did a great deal of work together with my background staff with support from some management members and some supporters. I believe we have a very strong team now” he said

Prince George Coffie has however cautioned the next coach not to completely disregard what he’s done so far but maintain the status quo for a while before ringing in some personnel and tactical changes.

“I believe they will survive because I have left a legacy at Olympics, the Coaches and the backroom staff is aware of the legacy I have left there, any coach who takes over from me should be able to maintain that legacy and then maybe gradually bring in his.”

“If he does that, I believe Oly will survive” he concluded.

Source: footballmadeinghana.com

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