Representatives from Dreams FC paid a courtesy call to the Minister of Youth and Sports Hon. Mustapha Ussif ahead of its African campaign.
The Still Believe lads are in the final leg of preparations ahead of their CAF Confederation Cup game against Milo FC of Guinea in the first preliminary round.
The visit to the Sports Ministry thus forms part of preparations for the maiden African campaign.
Speaking at the gathering, General Manager Ameenu Shardow said: “We have made all the efforts to prepare the team well for this challenge.
“The technical and playing body have been boosted with some quality additions and we’re confident we will do well.”
The Minister Hon. Mustapha Ussif charged Dreams FC to put up a good show as Ghana’s representative while assuring the club of the state’s support.
“As a representative of the nation, it is our expectation that you put up a very good show,” he said.
“Ghana’s performance in African club competition in recent times have not been inspiring and it’s our hope that Dreams FC changes this narrative this season.
“We will do our best to offer all the support required to help you perform well.”
The club was led to the Ministry by GFA Executive Council member Frederick Acheampong who has been elected as Dreams FC’s leader of delegation for the African campaign.
Other members included Greater Accra RFA chairman Samuel Aboabir and Dreams FC President Mohammed Jiji Alifoe.
Abdul Karim Zito was also part of the delegation representing the technical team with Abdul Jalilu also leading a team of players.
The visit was also used to present the FA Cup title won last season – a triumph that qualified the club to play in the Confederation Cup.
Credit Dreams FC
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