Great Olympics have appointed Ghanaian legend George “Jair” Alhassan as the new welfare officer of the club ahead of the coming season.

Alhassan who won the league with Olympics in 1974 will be in charge of the players welfare and also help the technical team in discharging their duties.

A statement from the Ghana Premier League Club reads.

“Great Olympics has appointed 2x CAF Nations cup winner George” Jair ” Alhassan as welfare officer. George Alhassan was part of the Black Stars team which won the caf nations cup in 1978 & 1982.

He also won the golden boot in the 1982 championship in Libya. George a legend of Olympics won the goalking award twice and was part of the Great Oly team which won the league in 1974.”

Olympics will kick off their Ghana Premeir League season against Medeama SC in Tarkwa.