Former Asante Kotoko defender Christopher Nettey has joined Great Olympics for the rest of the season after the expiration of his contract signed with the Porcupine Warriors in December 2019.
The right-back completes his move to the Oly Dade boys as a free agent.
Nettey recently parted ways with Asante Kotoko following the expiration of his contract last month.
On 22 December 2019, he won his first trophy with the club, after Asante Kotoko defeated their rivals Hearts of Oak by a 2–1 victory in the President’s Cup.
He became one of the important players at the club with his consistent performances which later earned him a call-up to the Ghana national team.
Nettey made 62 appearances in all competitions for Kotoko across the three years he spent at the club, scoring once in the process.
After much speculation over the previous few months, on 25 January 2023 Nettey signed a contract to return to his previous club, Great Olympics after his contract with Asante Kotoko had expired.
Nettey began his career at Division One League side Attram De Visser Soccer Academy, before joining Accra Great Olympics on loan along with 9 players from the club including Godfred Odametey in the 2017 season.
Olympics have conceded 11 goals in 13 games while scoring 12 prompting calls from head coach Yaw Preko to sign strikers to bolster the team’s attacking options.