Dreams FC Manager Abdul Karim Zito has reiterated that he will end his coaching career with the newly-promoted Ghana Premier League side.
Karim Zito was among three coaches who masterminded Dreams FC’s qualification to the elite league but has been loaned to struggling GPL side Inter Allies to help them in their quest for revival.
“I said I will end my coaching career at Dreams, I never thought when I returned from Germany I will be appointed to go and help a different club and come back.” Zito indicated during Dreams FC’s end of season dinner
“I thank Executive Chairman Kurt ES Okraku and the management, God bless them for their support. I also thank CK Akunnor for the good work because he started all this journey and we have have held on.”
Zito who qualified teams like Kwaebibirem, Feyenoord (WAFA), Wassaman, and several others to the Ghana Premier League further insisted that achieving the same feat with Dreams FC was special.
“The management of Dreams FC have added value to our status, to qualify a team to the Premier League, I have done some before but this one is so special.”
“I will urge you the players on, now we have come and our name is everywhere. Dreams have come to stay.”
“God should also grant the players strength and we are praying to have a good start in the Ghana Premier League.” he concluded.
Zito played 18 games with Dreams FC and lost just two following the departure of CK Akunnor to Ashgold.
By: Edmund Okai Gyimah