Ahead of the new Ghana football season, Ghana Premier League club Dreams FC have announced a new structure of their management.
The changes according to insiders have become necessary following the vacant position left by the departure of their former Executive Chairman, Kurt E.S. Okraku who is currently the Ghana FA President.
His election as the President of the Ghana FA forced his to relief his role as the EC of the flamboyant sides.
The club announced on Friday the new structure of their management.
Below is the statement of the club:
As part of reforms to enhance administrative success at the club, a new structure has been instituted by the club’s Board following a management meeting Thursday, October 22, 2020.
The General Manager who was formally referred to as the administrative manager will oversee the day-to-day activities of the club and will be assisted by a deputy – Deputy General Manager.
Head Of Dreams Media
This position was formerly referred to as the communications director. The head of Dreams Media will manage and direct media department of the club as well as handle all internal and external communications.
Other administrative roles remain unchanged.