Speaking to the media on Oly’s qualification, he specially mentioned Attram for his dedication, discipline, determination to succeed and devotion to duty which he has imparted on some of the players who wish to learn to be leaders.
Godwin Attram, the player / coach of Accra Great Olympics in their campaign to return to the elite game joined his favourite club at age 17 and he was made captain of the junior national team in 1997.
At age 37, he has returned to play and helped them to qualify from Division One to the Premier Division. There was keen competition in the zone where Olympics played with seven former Premier clubs vying for the qualification slot. The teams were Okwawu United, St. Mirren, Amideus Professionals, Tudu Mighty Jets, Tema Youth, Kpando Heart of Lions and Okyeman Planners.
The Division One League in the Southern Zone was very competitive as all the teams playing were capable of qualifying.
He has done was no player has achieved in Ghana, for the first time a returnee from Europe playing for a local Division One side and qualifying them to the Premiership.