Ghana Premier League side, Dreams FC will begin training today ahead of the 2020/2021 season which commences in November.
The Ghana Football Association announced that the league will restart in November, following a six-month absence due to the Coronavirus pandemic, which led to the annulment of the 2019/2020 season.
A statement from the club said “Players and technical staff of Dreams Football Club will this morning converge for the team’s first training session following the full release of schedules for the 2020/21 football season.
“This activity is only possible after the president of the republic HE Akuffo- Addo lifted the ban on contact sports and gave the green light for the resumption of group training in Ghana.”
Head Coach of the team, Wilfred Dormon and the technical team will be expecting the full squad, including the club’s new signings, to show up for the training session.