Dreams FC deputy skipper Godfred Asante has indicated that the delay of the start of the league has affected the team greatly.
The Dawu-based club have drawn three and lost one in their last four friendly games though the team has exhibited some good football.
Asante stressed that they hit their peak almost two months ago and the scheduling of the league has made them to lose their vigor whilst it has also affected them financially.
“The delay of the league has affected us greatly because as players we were ready two months ago for the league and we hit our peak but the postponement has brought our momentum down,” Asante told footballmadeinghana.com
“Also, we as players are losing financially because when the league is going on, aside our salary, we get winning bonus to sort out ourselves. The delay has really cost us.”
The Dreams FC assistant captain also mentioned that the offseason has been good though some games did not go as expected.
“The pre-season is going well and we are in a good shape as a group and also individually though some of the games did not go the way we expected. All the same I will say is has been a fantastic offseason for us,”
Dreams will welcome Elmina Sharks to the Theatre of Dreams, Dawu in match-day one.