Great Olympics head coach Annor Walker insists he is open to work with Yaw Preko.
Walker resumed his duties as head coach after recovering from an illness which sidelined him for a month.
The Great Olympics boss took charge of the club’s training on Tuesday in the presence of Yaw Preko and his team.
Yaw Preko was in charge of the team in the absence of Annor Walker and did a great job during his short spell recording three wins in five games including the famous 2-0 win against local rivals Hearts of Oak.
Eventhough Preko’s short stint as manager of Great Olympics has come to and end, Annor Walker says he is open to work with the former Hearts of Oak striker and his team provided the club is willing to take up their salaries.
“I don’t have any problem working with them,” He said in an interview with Joy Sports.
He continued: ” They’re coming was to take care of the club because I was sick”
“The understanding with them was if I should come back, then I’m coming to take my job back.”
“That was the understanding so it’s left with me to decide since I don’t have an assistant now.”
“If I should work with any of them or the two of them provided management can pay their salaries I don’t have problem.”
Accra Great Olympics’ next Premier League fixture is on Saturday when they face 12th placed Elmina Sharks at the Accra Sports Stadium.
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