Head coach of Great Olympics, Godwin Attram believes the club will not be relegated from the topflight.
The Wonder club has been battling to survive in the Ghana Premier League after the appointment of Tom Strand as the head coach of the club.
Due to the inconsistent performance of the team, the former Medeama SC trainer has relinquished his positing as the head coach of the club.
After 26 matches played in the GPL, the Wonder Club have won 6, drawn 9 and have lost 11 occupying the 15th position with only 27 points.
Despite the difficult task ahead, the former PSV Eindhoven midfielder believes they will survive in the league.
“It is a very dicey situation that we are in now and I can tell you that it is not going to be easy. Now we all have to team up and work a little bit harder than we have done recently.” He told Finder Sports.
“I will do my very best but the situation is such that it will be by the grace that we can survive. I have told my boys that whatever that happens they should play their hearts out and if it is the will of God that we go back to relegation, then no one can stop that.”
Attram further called on the supporters must remain resolute and not lose hope yet.
“I have always said that the club belongs to the supporters even though they are not the people paying the salaries of the players and other things. The players cannot play without the supporters and management cannot succeed without the supporters behind it.
“This is the time I expect the supporters to show their loyalty because it will be a pity to see Olympics go to relegation all the time. Let us stop fighting and support the club in the remaining four games of the season.” He added.
Attram’s re-appointment comes barely six months after he was 'demoted' to an assistant, which he vehemently opposed at the time.