Accra Great Olympics had their pre season fine form come to a grinding halt when Academy side Attram De Visser scored 3 second half goals to silence the packed crowd that watch the game coached by former club star Godwin Attram.
The Dade Boys, playing under instructions from Annor Walker paraded his best players going into the season’s opener against Medeama.With Gladson Awako in his full elements, the Agosu fans had come to the McDan La Town park hoping to continue their fine form that saw them beat lower tier side Rising Star Academy before this game. True to their Dade Status, Great Olympics broke the back of the Young Academy side when Former Inter Allies Midfielder Michell Otoo broke the back of the defence before going pass defender Emmanuel Cudjo to slot in a golazo to the blind side of Goalkeeper Richard Appiah before the 20th minute mark.
Having dominated the game after the goal, the Gladson Awako led midfield tightened up with Charles Danso providing shield in front of the back 4.
Back into second half and Attram De Visser intensified their game with Josuah Anim, Bernard Appiah and Michael Yeboah combining to attack Olympics with some beautiful exchange of passes, their efforts paid off with two quick goals from Josuah Anim and Bernard Appiah to Silence the drum beating Olympics fans.
Just when Great Olympics thought they had covered their back enough to prevent another goal, Godwin Attram improved his attack displaying high level of intellegent play that confuse the Olympics defence to get the third goal of the night.
Sensing danger of being abused by their teeming supporters, Great Olympics coach Annor Walker brought on Speedster Roger Sackey to press, his efforts paid off when his side was a awarded a penalty late into the game, for Gladson Awako to score to reduce the tally by 1.
Coach Anjor Walker after the game expressed it was a good exercise that will help him identify more hole to seal before the trip to Tarkwa, he also believes he could add some mire experience hands to the side before the transfer window closes.