Danijel Mujkanovic talks about how his side is seeking to build on the loss to Berekum Chelsea, as they look set to face Great Olympics in the match week 9 clash.

He has stressed on the fact that, he’s visited the drawing board with the boys and are poised to give a show tomorrow.

“After the last defeat to Berekum Chelsea we have been working in the same way we’ve been working regarding the first two games after the new year.”

“We are still trying to improve mostly our offensive style of play, we are trying to build even more options when we attack and see we can produce better and bigger chances up in front with our offensive players.”

A game against Olympics who have new coaches in charge, Dani expressed that his approach to the game won’t be different from the way he does his things.

“I know that Olympics have a new coach but for me it doesn’t matter if he’s new or old, we will do the same thing as we also do regarding our opponents, we will analyse them and see how they play, and see which option it gives us.”

It’s obvious Gladson Awako is the best player in the league so far, bagging the player of the month award to that effect.

Facing him would mean there’d be a lot of work to do but Dani says he has a masterplan to stop the brilliant player.

“Regarding the brilliant player Gladson Awako, we will try to handle him by not giving him too much space, be close to him and be aware that he’s a dangerous player.”

Kick off for the match is 3:00pm on Friday at the Accra Sports Stadium.