Former captain of Accra Great Olympics, Godwin Attram says the management of Olympics has to be professional enough in their recruitment for the season in other not to suffer a quick return to the second tier league.Speaking on Asempa FM over the weekend, Attram rubbished the recruitment style of the management of his former club; Olympics for acting unprofessionally as he witnessed over 90 players justify their inclusion to join the ‘Dade’ side come next season.“I think for a club like Olympics they don’t need players for justifiers they need to promote young ones from their junior side and moreover I have willingly given out seven of my good players from my Academy to them free of charge”, he said. The 34 year old has now signed a year deal for Deportivo Azogues in the Ecuadorian league but currently is working on his Academy in Ghana and has decided to play for Great Olympics for the three to four months that he will be in Ghana in a mutual agreement with his foreign club. The workaholic midfielder believes he has been the best product for the past 10- 15 years to be discovered by Great Olympics.
Fan: 🗣Make this! It’s going on Instagram, Tiger!@TigerWoods: #LiveUnderPar 🐅 pic.twitter.com/dPybGjp1kr— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 16, 2019While the delay will continue to affect the tournament throughout the weekend, Rory McIlroy made the most of his round. He moved 77 places up the leaderboard into a tie for 23rd (3 under). Kevin Na is also sitting in 23rd place after climbing 29 spots himself.No golfer was able to finish their second round Friday. Play will resume at 7 a.m. local time Saturday. There was a lot of golf played on Day 2 of the Genesis Open.After inclement weather led to a seven-hour delay Thursday, golfers resumed play bright and early Friday until the second round was suspended due to darkness. More than half of the field still had to complete their first round when the day began at the Riviera Golf Course in Pacific Palisades, Calif. The first round finished late into the afternoon with J.B. Holmes in first place (8 under) and Jordan Spieth one stroke behind in second (7 under). But, the leaderboard continued to change as golfers went back onto the course to start round two.Justin Thomas ended up moving into the lead at 10 under. Adam Scott joined him and moved into a tie for first through 11 holes. Related News Matt Kuchar addresses criticism, apologizes for paying fill-in caddie $5K Genesis Open: Jordan Spieth tied for lead after rain-shortened Day 1 Holmes, who was able to start his second round, fell into third place (9 under) while Spieth — who has yet to tee off — is tied with Luke List who had a round of 7 under going through 15 holes.Fan-favorite Tiger Woods got the crowd riled up as he worked his way up, and down, the leaderboard.Woods finished at the projected cut (1 under) when the round was suspended. He was through 12.