John Antwi scored his eighth league goal of the season for Pyramids FC, Aruna Giniad also opened his season account for Montijo, whiles Abdul Basit Khalid bagged brace for Makendonija in the Macedonian league.
Here is a wrap up of Dreams FC players abroad.
Emmanuel Lomotey started for Amiens SC in their 0-0 stalemate against Chateroux. The midfielder was withdrawn after 68 minutes.
Teenager Aruna Giniad opened his season account for UD Montijo as they defeated CF Calamonte by 3-1 in the Spanish Tercera Division.
Midfielder Eli Keke lasted the entire duration of the game as Vikingur Olafsvik suffered a defeat 1-0 against Afturelding.
Eli received a yellow card in the 87th minute.
Left back Montari Kamaheni saw 90mins for his side Ashdod SC as they defeated Maccabi Petah Tikva by 1-0.
Midfielder Samuel Alabi wasn’t in the match day squad for Ashdod.
Yeni Matalayaspor new boy Benjamin Tetteh is still waiting to make his debut for the Turkish club after suffering an injury few days after sealing a move Sparta Praha.
Striker Abdul Basit Khalid bagged brace for Makendonija in their 2-1 victory over Varder on Saturday.
Striker John Antwi scored the only goal of the game for Pyramid FC as they overcame Harras El Hadood at home on Monday.
Former Dreams FC skipper Leonard Owusu played was introduced in the 74minutes as Vancouver White Caps beat Real Salt Lake by 2-1 at home in the MLS.
In the USL league, Abdul Razak Cromwell featured the entire duration of the match for Birmingham Legions as they beat Miami FC by 4-0 away.
Micheal Sarpong started and lasted the entire duration of the game as Young Africans beat Kegare Suger by 1-0 away from home.
Godfred Asante has finally joined his Horoya AC teammates in Preseason ahead of the start of the Guinean league.
Striker Zuberu Sharani still in recovery state as he nurses his injury which he sustained in week 3 of the Slovakia Fortuna Liga.
Meanwhile, the players below have all started pre-season with their respective clubs ahead of the new campaign;
1. Abdul Baba Rahman – ENGLAND
2.George Dwubeng – UAE
3. Ayim Benjamin – UAE
4. Abdul Basiru – UAE
5. Clifford Hanson – SPAIN
6. Abdul Rashid Sani – SPAIN
7. John Otu – SPAIN
8. Johnson Oppong – PORTUGAL