In a bizarrely embarrassing incident, fans of the Porcupine Warriors besieged the team’s Adako Jachie training ground on Thursday, preventing the 55-year-old from training the set-up following a 2-1 midweek defeat to Medeama. Management eventually stepped in before Logarusic could have his way.
By this, Logarusic knows too well that nothing short of three points in the welcome of Ebusua Dwarfs on Sunday could prematurely bring his reign to an end.
Elsewhere at Great Olympics, there’s ever mounting pressure on coach Godwin Attram, with Swedish tactician Tom Strand reportedly on standby. With just one win on the pitch thus far this season, Attram has his job cut out as they host second-placed Aduana Stars at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Two points at the top, Wafa could relinquish their position should they fall at Elmina Sharks on Sunday.
Fourth-placed Berekum Chelsea have a big fight on their hands as they welcome Medeama to the Golden City Park.
Bechem United could make it five wins of the season with three points at the expense of Inter Allies at the Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park.
Having shared the spoils in their last three matches, Liberty Professionals will hope to be lucky this time around when they play away to newly-promoted Bolga All Stars in Tamale.
Referee William Agbovi will be the central man when new boys Tema Youth face reigning champions Wa All Stars at the Tema Stadium.
But in the only game of Saturday, fifth-placed Hearts of Oak play as guests to 2014-15 champions Ashanti Gold at the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium.