A staunch supporter of Accra Great Olympics, Joseph Langabell has advised players of the club to leave if they are not ready to commit themselves to the club after their 4-0 defeat in a regional derby against Hearts of Oak last night.
The tough-talking Accra based side was reduced to size by their town rivals who thumped them embarrassingly. The defeat was Olympics’ highest defeat by far this season and the highest win for Hearts of Oak over their neighbors.
Two goals from Benjamin Afutu, and one each from Joseph Esso and Daniel Afriyie Barnie were enough for the Rainbow club to put their neighbours to bed on a rainy evening in matchday 14 of the Ghana Premier League.
Shortly after the final whistle, an infuriated Langabell who could not hide his frustrations, stood in front of the tunnel to verbally abuse the players as they made their way into the locker room.
The Black Stars chief drummer did not shy away from his words, spewing very unprintable words at the players.
Not even the Ghana Police Service, coach or senior players of Great Olympics could calm the nerves of Langbell as he went overboard with his verbal abuse.