OFFICIAL: Edward Ansah Appointed Deputy Manager
Dreams Football Club has appointed Edward Ansah as new deputy manager.
The former Ghanaian international will join Winfred Dormon and a yet to be named substantive manager to steer the affairs of the ambitious club in the elite division next season after finishing on top of the GN Division One Zone Three.
Ansah is making a return to the Ghana Premier League three years after leaving Accra Hearts of Oak and will be hoping to use his huge experience to help the Dawu-based club.
The 1992 Ghana African Cup of Nations goalkeeper also served as the Deputy manager of South African side Black Leopards in 2012 and has a huge playing and coaching career which spans over three decades
“We delighted to be adding Eddie Ansah to the technical bench, his experience will definitely enrich the club,” Mohammed Jiji Alifoe the President of Dreams FC told the club’s official website.
“His experience will definitely enrich, we feel we are stronger going into the coming season with the coming of Eddie.”
The ex-Ghana keeper will also use his goalkeeping experience to help the Dreams FC goal tender’s when it matters.