Premier League clubs in the country are hopeful that, the proposed reforms by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) would change the face of domestic game.
The GFA, a couple of weeks back, organised a three-day Executive Summit in Cape Coast to consider ways to make the Ghanaian game attractive.
The Summit has since received extensive media reviews with clubs expressing varying opinions on it.
The latest club to share their thoughts on the GFA’s summit is Dreams FC, whose President, Mohammed Jiji Alifoe, in a statement released on Monday, commended the GFA for holding the summit.
The Dreams FC President pledged his club’s support for the implementation of decisions taken at the summit calling it, “a game-changing” event which must positively alter the face of Ghana football.
Mohammed Jiji Alifoe urged the GFA not to “renege” on its efforts” to ensure that, the proposed reforms see the light of day, since there were skepticisms around the Cape Coast summit and how it would bring change since similar events in the past led to no significant success.
“Dreams FC gives its full support and endorsement to the proposed reforms as we eagerly await the arrival of the comprehensive policy document from the Executive Summit” the club stated said.
Story: Jerome Otchere