The management of Ghana Premier League (GPL) Dreams FC held a meeting with its technical team yesterday 3rd August 2020 to discuss a range of matters related to the club.
This is the first major meeting involving both the management and technical team of the club after the 2019/2020 season was annulled.
This was revealed by the club’s Administrative Manager, Ameenu Shardow, in an exclusive interview with Dreams Media saying “The meeting was to review the operations of the club and also look into the readiness of the club for a possible resumption of football. I can confidently tell you that things will never be the same with respect to our activities as humans and it is important that we position ourselves in the best way.”
President of the club Mohammed Jiji also revealed that one of the main reasons for the meeting was the Ghana Football Association’s (GFA) announcement that the 2020/2021 football season is expected to start in the first week of October.
“The FA announced October as a possible date for the return of football, which means we have not more than two months to be ready hence the meeting. It was a fruitful one and I will use this opportunity to say thank you to members of the technical and management team for honouring our invitation.”
The 2019/2020 football season was initially temporarily halted back in March due to outbreak of COVID-19 and was permanently cancelled in June, with the GPL and FA Cup the biggest competitions affected.