Accra Great Olympics beat Inter Allies by a goal at the Accra Sports Stadium to further dent the “Eleven is to one lads” hopes of surviving relegation in the Ghana Premier League (GPL) this season.
Coach Annor Walker’s side made a few changes to the starting lineup, missing out on star player Samuel Ashie Quaye, Jamal Deen Haruna and others.
Inter Allies looked very threatening in the first half mounting a lot of pressure on the defence of the Olympics team, nonetheless were not able to breach pass Olympics goalkeeper Benjamin Asare.
In the 53rd minute, James Akaminko came on for Kwame Boateng who looked less dangerous in attack. Bulky striker Manaf Mudasiru also came in the 70th minute for Joshua Rhule in the attacking front, with the striker netting his third goal of the season and the opening goal for the Dade Boys against Inter Allies, assisted by Maxwell Abbey Quaye.
Rodney Appiah son of legendary Black Stars player Stephen Appiah also made a cameo appearance when he came on in the 90th minute for Michel Otu. Great Olympics will now move to third on the league table with 43points, 3 points off the table, Inter Allies, on the other hand, remain bottom with 23 points.