Great Olympics striker, Maxwell Abbey-Quaye says they needed to win against Berekum Chelsea at all costs in week 28.
The “Dade Boys” sent two goals past Berekum Chelsea who failed to comeback at the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturday.
Head coach, Annor Walker’s side showed grit with a brotherly combination of the “Quayes” also coming into play.
Amos Acheampong’s 3rd minute curler opened the flood gate for Great Olympics who are two time Ghana champions.
The blood connection was displayed when Maxwell Abbey-Quaye laid a pass to on rushing Samuel Ashie-Quaye for Great Olympics’ second goal on the 72nd minute.
Abbey-Quaye, whose performance won him the MVP of the game says they were hungry to win.
“As at now it’s about the one who needs it most.
“If you watched the game really well, we played our hearts out, we were determined to win the game.
“Everybody was determined to take responsibilities on the field and that pushed us a lot.” Maxwell Abbey-Quaye told StarTimes.
Great Olympics have jumped into 4th with 43 points from 28 games but could drop into 5th should Medeama, who equally have 43 points, beat AshantiGold at the Akoon Park in Tarkwa on Sunday.