Mon. Jun 24th, 2024

Experienced coach Annor Walker has officially returned to Ghana Premier league side Great Olympics as their head coach, marking his comeback after a brief departure last season to join Samartex.

He replaces coach Bismark Kobi-Mensah following the expiration of his contract with the club last month.

The 62-year-old coach penned a two-year contract with Olympics, solidifying his position as the head of the club’s technical team in preparation for the upcoming 2023-24 season, set to commence in September.

Annor Walker at the Olympics Secretariat to sign his deal

Annor Walker and Samartex mutually agreed to terminate his contract after a single season, during which the club finished 10th position in the Ghana premier league.

The departure of Annor Walker from Great Olympics had a noticeable impact, as the team narrowly escaped relegation, having previously secured a respectable fifth-place finish prior to his departure. With his return, the club hopes to bolster their performance and strive for a more successful upcoming season.

Coach Annor Walker’s extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of Great Olympics make him a valuable asset in the team’s quest to construct a competitive squad.

The reunion between Walker and Great Olympics has generated excitement from both the club and the coach, with the anticipation of bringing stability and positive results to the team.

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