Godwin Attram, a former Accra Great Olympics trainer says the decision by Congress to reinstate the club in the Ghana Premier League has vindicated him.
The former PSV Eindhoven man was in charge at the club the last time the club was in the topflight overseeing their drop into the division one albeit in controversial fashion.
The capital-based club together with King Faisal were reinstated to the Ghana Premier League for the 2019/2020 football season at the GFA Extraordinary Congress last Friday.
Attram says he is delighted his beloved club is back in the league.
“It is such a great joy to the Olympics family. I congratulate the Great Olympics family, but I feel the decision has vindicated me,” he said.
“When I was in charge and that incident resulted in the team’s relegation, it was a huge disaster and a blow to my career.
“I’ve always said that if you believe you’re doing something good, you don’t have to be afraid of anything, and the club is now back in the Premier League,” he added.
Attram was however silent on whether he would return as Head Coach of the side in the upcoming season.