Samartex coach Annor Walker has explained adaptation to life at his club as different from staying in Accra.
The former Great Olympics boss joined Samartex at the beginning of the season after they secured promotion to the top flight and is currently managing the club as they aim to avoid relegation.
Speaking in an interview with GPL Xpress on TV3, Annor Walker revealed that, staying without his family has been a bit tough. He further indicated that he is yet to make any friends aside from his teammates and fellow staff members of the club.
“It’s not easy staying in Samreboi because I don’t have friends and besides I’m away from town. I stay here alone while my family are in Accra,” he said.
He however revealed that he finds joy during his working hours where he gets the opportunity to hang out with players during training sessions.
“It’s not easy but when I get to the training grounds I’m always happy because I see my boys and we joke and do everything together. So sometimes I stay with them for a while and immediately I return home and I know I am coming to sleep.
“Samreboi may be a nice place I don’t have friends. But I’m okay because it makes me live without any problems so I’m happy being here.”
“Definitely life in Accra will be different from Samreboi but the job that I have chosen can take me anywhere.”
Samartex are eighth on the league log and will return to action with a game against King Faisal on May 21.