FIRST WORDS: Manager Edward Ansah

Dreams Media brings to you the first words of Edward Ansah after signing on as an assistant manager of the club. Enjoy the conversation below.

Who is Edward Ansah?
I’m a former goalkeeper but now a coach. Having worked outside, I believe I have gained a lot of experience and with the vision of Dreams I feel that my experience will add positively to make our dreams come true.

We have structures which you can compare to any club in Europe and with my experience outside together with the other technical team members we can do very good job for Dreams FC.

Manager Ansah signs his contract papers at the clubs secretariat.

How do you see the philosophy and ideologies of Dreams FC?

Indeed, Dreams FC is a club that scouts talents and make them marketable. We have thousands of quality players in Ghana and I believe we can tap them. We expect that in the coming years we will go places.

Currently almost about twelve of the Regular 18 players which qualified the team to Premier are products who were promoted from the youth team,

Are they going to be maintained?

It always good to have young players in your squad. You build the team around the youth just to play and with Dreams the young ones that we have played from the lower division before gaining promotion to the senior team which is good and the telepathy is there. They are the core of the team.

What will be the approach in the Premier League?

We will talk to the players and give them all kinds of advise which can also motivate them for us to get the best out of them and achieve our target.

What are your greatest ever moments as a goalkeeper?

My greatest moment as a goalkeeper was in the national team played in 1992 Africa Cup of nations in Senegal. I went to the World cup two times as a goalkeepers trainer in 2006 and in 2010.

I played with great players, with Abedi Pele, Kwesi Appiah, Tony Yeboah, Emmanuel Armah Senegal, Frimpong Manso and others.

What are your traits when working?

I believe in my principles, I have a very strong mentality and when I take a decision I stand by it.

What do you hope to achieve with Dreams FC
I believe with the other technical men we will work together to achieve what the club needs.

Your final words.

I will like to congratulate the management, the technical team, playing body and everyone for going back to division one and having the courage to return to the premiership. We need the support of all the Dreams family.

Edward Ansah in a pose with Dreams FC President Mohammed Jiji Alifoe