Coach Annor Walker has admitted that he is facing hard times in managing Samartex as compared to his previous clubs.
The veteran gaffer took up the challenge to join the debutants from Great Olympics after having a fruitful season with the Wonder Club guiding them to a fifth-place finish at the end of last season.
At Samartex, Walker has garnered 42 points out of 30 matches and is currently eight on the table.
Accessing his stay so far in Samreboi, he conceded that the task at Samartex has been the toughest experience in his career.
“When the season started I was with the national team and visited [Samartex] occasionally or when the team has a match, I come to take them through training. So initially we were having suitable but not-so-good results which were manageable,” he told GPL Xpress on 3Sports.
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“But the second round has been very difficult for me. I have never faced such hard times in my career and I get worried. [Much more difficult than the Olympics job] because we were assured of winning most of the time at Great Olympics.
“We prepared for the number of goals we would score and not the result even though there were equally difficult fixtures,” he added.
Annor Walker has had stints with Berekum Chelsea and Nania FC where he led the latter to an FA Cup triumph in 2011.