Hard work and team chemistry paid off – Maxwell Quaye


Great Olympics attacker Maxwell Quaye is elated with his side draw against City rivals Hearts of Oak SC.

The Dade Boys on Sunday welcomed Regional rivals Accra Hearts of Oak SC to the Accra Sports Stadium for their Ghana Premier League match day 28 fixture, it was the Ga Mantse derby.

Hearts of Oak SC took the lead in the first half through Emmanuel Nettey following a rebounce from a corner kick.

However, Black Stars B attacking midfielder Maxwell Quaye levelled the scores in the second department with an enigmatic header. The equalizer resulted in points sharing from the Ga Mantse derby.

Quaye believe the clash was interesting but hard work and team chemistry paid off for their deserving draw.

“That was an interesting game.

“All thanks to the Almighty and the fans for trooping in to make the atmosphere great. Hard work and team chemistry really paid off🙏”, he tweeted.

In the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League, Great Olympics have secured 4 points from Accra Hearts of Oak SC after beating them 2-0 in the first round.

Currently, they sit 4th on the league standing with 45 points, five points behind Accra Hearts of Oak SC and Asante Kotoko SC.


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