Great Olympics have decided to dispense with the services of head coach Yaw Preko over performance.
The ex-international initially joined as an assistant coach in what was a second stint in March last year. He took over the reins as head coach prior to the start of the ongoing 2022/23 season after Annor Walker left the club.
But after five months in charge, Preko has been sacked by the Capital-based club at the halfway stage of the Premier League.
Under Preko, a total of 17 GPL matches were played with Olympics winning six, drawing five and losing six.
Having become concerned that the team was not performing to expectations, Great Olympics management decided something needed to change, and firing the head coach was the logical solution.
Preko leaves with his assistant Ahmed Fatawu Abubakari.
Isaac Nii Armah has been appointed interim head coach. He will have Richard ‘Olele’ Kingson assisting.
Starting the second round of the season, Great Olympics will travel to face Bechem United on Sunday, February 19.