Former Great Olympics coach, Tom Strand, has resigned from the club after failing to produce what was required of him by the Wonder Club.
Coach Strand believes it was the right time to quit the club to give another coach a chance as Olympics struggle to avoid relegation to the second tier league.
“I felt it was the right time to quit the club after failing to produce what was required of me by Olympics. This will give an opportunity to another coach to help the club in its relegation struggle.
In an interview with the Graphic Sports, Coach Strand described Attram as a very good trainer who can help the team to avoid relegation.
"Godwin Attram is a very good trainer who is capable of helping the club to avoid exiting the top flight and I wish him all the best in his endeavour," Coach Strand said.
When asked whether Olympics owed him or had reached an agreement for any compensation, the former Medeama coach declined to comment on the issue.
The decision by the Swedish coach has been linked to a recent move by Olympics to let Godwin Attram supervise their recent Premier League matches.
The reinstatement of Attram by the Olympics management relegated Strand to an assistant role as part of a desperate measure to improve the dwindling fortunes of the Wonder Club.
Olympics are struggling to avoid relegation as they currently lie 15th on the Premier League log with just four matches to end the campaign.