Great Olympics’ Phillip Sackey gets £50 reward from fan for role in Dwarfs win

An enthusiastic supporter of Accra Great Olympics has made a monetary offering to the club’s right back Philip Sackey for his outstanding performance in their 2-0 win over Ebusua Dwarfs on Saturday.

The Dade Boys welcomed fellow league strugglers Dwarfs to the Accra Sports stadium in the Match Week 13 fixture needing a win to boost their survival chances. The result took Olympics to 15th on the table, 3 points ahead of the danger zone.

The hosts exhibited sheer grit to outwit their opponents as goals from Maxwell Abbey and Sackey secured the victory. After the game, Head Coach of Ghana’s National Deaf Team, Godwin Chartey Annan who is a self-confessed Olympics supporter decided to reward Phillip Sackey for his salient performance.

Coach Chartey Annan gave a £50 to the player and encouraged him to keep working hard to help the club beat the drop. Sackey also emerged as Man of the Match after the game.

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