Great Olympics were pegged back by Medeama in match day 30 at the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturday.
The two time league title holders gave away a 1-0 lead to lose 2-1 after full time which has left head coach, Annor Walker asking questions but still hopeful of a top four finish.
“Surprisingly I don’t know what to say, seriously you can see I’m not with myself.
“Because this is not my style and I’m surprised at what is happening to myself and the team.
“If I tell you I understand and can say what is happening then it’s a lie at the moment.
“As a fighter, I’m fighting till the end of the last match then I call it it’s done but since it’s not done, I’m not giving up.” Annor Walker told StarTimes.
Great Olympics remain out of the top four, sitting 7th on the league log with 43 points from 30 games.
Their next stop is at the Baba Yara Stadium in match day 31 where they face strugglers, King Faisal.