General Manager for Accra Great Olympics, Mr Oluboi Comodore is optimistic his side will beat Hearts Of Oak in their derby encounter at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Hearts Of Oak suffered a 0-2 defeat to derby rivals Great Olympics in the first round of the ongoing Ghana Premier League and are aiming for a revenge when they meet this weekend.
The “continental club masters” are currently leading the league table but Mr Comodore has said Hearts of Oak’s first position on the league log is because referees had been favouring them.
“Everyone can testify that referess decision has been favouring Hearts, that is why they are top and not their performance”.
“If not those decisions, Hearts would be somewhere 6th on the log”.
“They (Hearts) know Olympics very well and are aware of what we can do to them”.
“We will beat them again”
“Even if we allow them to select players for the game and also to use Alhaji Akambi as the centre referee for the game, we will still beat them”.
Great Olympics, 3rd on the log with 44 points Asante Kotoko 47 and Hearts 49 Manager, Oluboi is hopeful to win the league.
“It is not over yet, we have not given up on the league title, we can also win it”.
“After beating Hearts, we will try to win more of our remaining games”. Mr Oluboi Comodore said
Story by; Aristotle Addei Nicholas