Dreams FC to close down Dawu Park to upgrade facility in mid-season break

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Dreams FC will be closing down the Theatre of Dreams, Dawu to make way for some renovation works. The Still Believe outfit want to use the 18-day break in the second tier league to upgrade facilities at their home grounds. The 5000-capacity Dawu Park has seen no major renovation works since the takeover from Dreams FC nearly two years ago. This has led to the deterioration of some key areas of the stadium – a situation management looks to resolve before the start of the second half of the season….

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Shake up to hit Dreams FC’s technical bench

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The management of Dreams FC plan to make some changes to its various technical teams with some appointments expected, FootballMadeInGhana.com can exclusively report. This move is geared towards strengthening the benches of both the first and the two youth teams of Dreams FC. Still Believe FC – one of the youth teams of Dreams FC – is currently without a substantive head coach following the elevation of Abdul Karim Zito as the interim replacement for Charles Akunnor who left to join AshantiGold. Management is in the process of finalizing talks…

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Dreams FC to take deserved mid-season break

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Dreams FC players are set to be given some days off following the end to the first half of the season. The Still Believe lads finished the first half of the season on top of Zone III of the GN Bank Division One League. Dreams FC hold a slim one-point lead over second-placed Heart of Lions after 15 rounds of matches. With the second tier league proceeding on an 18-day break, coach Abdul Karim Zito would like to seize the opportunity to offer some rest period for his first team…

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Ghana’s second tier league proceeds on 18-day break

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The GN Bank Division One League is proceeding on an 18-day break following the end of the first half of the season on Wednesday. All three zones of the second tier league will resume on June 11, the Division One League Board has announced. This is to afford clubs to rest their players – albeit briefly – ahead of what promises to be a grueling second half of the season. The 2016/2017 Division One League season has seen no breaks – with exceptions to FA Cup weeks – since its…

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Seven youth team players gain promotion to Dreams FC

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Seven players from the youth teams of Dreams FC have been drafted into the first team, FootballMadeInGhana.com can confirm. In God We Trust FC, the latest youth team formed just three months ago to compete in the third tier league had five players promoted to the first team. Strikers Zuberu Sharani, Clifford Hanson and Stephen Owusu as well as midfield duo Khalid Mumin and Benjamin Ayim were the beneficiaries of the promotion following their sterling performances with In God We Trust FC. The quintet have already experienced some game time…

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Dreams FC’s injury woes mount with SEVEN players out

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Dreams FC’s first round feat in the GN Bank Division One League came at an enormous cost with injuries to as many as SEVEN first team players. Stylish midfielder Emmanuel Hayford was the first in-season casualty after sustaining a thigh injury in the build up to the Week 8 fixture against Vision FC. He has since not returned. Ben Nash Quansah and Emmanuel Eli Keke followed with a knee and an ankle problem respectively. Injuries to these three key players add up to the likes of Charles Osei Lucio, Kingsley…

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Dreams FC beat Kotoku Royals to top Zone Three

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Dreams FC moved back to the top of the Ghana National Division One Zone Three League with a convincing 1-0 win over visiting Kotoku Royals at the Theatre of Dreams, Dawu. Substitute Michael Sarpong netted the only goal of the game with a superb strike in the 70th minute as Dreams FC continued their winning streak at home in the league. Dreams FC started the game brightly and missed three clear chances in the space of ten minutes through Eric Gawu and Sharani Zuberu. The midfield of the home side…

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We will upset Dreams FC- Coach David Nyaaba

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Kotoku Royals head coach David Nyaaba is confident that his side will upset Dreams FC at the Theatre of Dreams, Dawu when both sides meet on Wednesday in the last game of the first round of the Ghana National Division One Zone Three game. Nyaaba revealed that his charges are well-prepared and will come out of Dawu with all the three maximum points in the week 15 encounter. “We have prepared strategically for this game, we will beat Dreams FC at Dawu and our worst will be draw,” Nyaaba told…

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Referees Association to take Tony Yeboah on.

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The Ghana Referees Association are meeting today (Tuesday) to deliberate and possibly take action against former Ghana striker Tony Yeboah over a comment he made. The ex- Eintracht Frankfurt striker yesterday indicatedthat some knights of the whistle asked him to pay bribe when he was running his defunct Yegoala FC of which he did not. Yeboah pointed out that this made the referees to gang up against him which eventually led to his club being relegated. “I remember my own club Yegoala FC, referees and other officials told me I…

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We are well poised to beat Kotoku Royals-Karim Zito

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Dreams FC Manager, Abdul Karim Zito insists his side is ever ready for the last game of the first round of the Ghana National Division One Zone Three game. The Still Believe guys will welcome Kotoku Royals to the Theatre of Dreams, Dawu on Wednesday and Zito maintains his charges will go all out for the three points after the 1-0 defeat to Lions at Kpando. “It is unfortunate we lost our last game against Lions in Kpando but we have putting everything behind us and we are preparing well…

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