Dreams FC midfield enforcer Patrick Arthur has vowed Dreams FC will be coming back stronger in the coming season as the team kick start their pre season at the University Farm Park.
The Dawu based club struggled in the just ended Normalization Committee special competition leading to the sack of Juha Pasoja as the coach of the Club.
Newly appointed head and coach Winfred Dormon kicked start his job as the substantive coach of the Club last Monday and experience midfielder Patrick Arthur is confident things will go well for the side in the coming season.
“Well it is a great feeling to be back with all the boys, of course we miss each other but hey, its time to work”.
” We’ve had enough rest after 7 weeks of break and we are ready to come back
stronger this season.”
“There is a new manager and he would expect a lot from us and that is why we must put in a lot of work to impress Manager Dormon.” Arthur told the official club website.
Arthur who had a loan spell in Sweden with Ängelholms FF is motivated to work harder before leaving the club for greener pastures.
“My personal expectation is to impress many of my suitors (scouts) who came seeking for my services after my loan spell in Sweden and definitely that should come with a silverware with this amazing club before any departure”