CAF Champions League: Dreams FC holds Ghana’s hope in the knockout stage


In a historic feat for Ghanaian football, Dreams FC emerges as the sole representative in the knockout stages of the TotalEnergies CAF Confederation Cup, making their debut appearance count.

This achievement not only solidifies their status as an emerging force but also marks a significant milestone in their continental journey.

Having secured their place in the quarter-finals, Dreams FC stands on the brink of further glory as they prepare to face Stade Malien de Bamako.

It’s a momentous occasion for the club and Ghanaian football as a whole, with Dreams FC aiming to carve their name in the annals of African football history.

Founded in 2009, Dreams FC has rapidly risen through the ranks, earning their spot in the Ghana Premier League and clinching the Ghana FA Cup along the way. Now, they’re making waves on the continental stage, showcasing their talent and ambition to the world.

Under the guidance of head coach Abdul Karim Zito, Dreams FC has flourished, with young sensation Abdul Aziz Issah leading the charge. Issah’s stellar performances have been instrumental in their success, with the nineteen-year-old striker capturing the hearts of fans with his goals and assists.

As Dreams FC prepares to continue their journey in the CAF Confederation Cup, they carry the hopes and dreams of a nation on their shoulders.

With history within reach, they’re determined to seize the moment and etch their place in Ghanaian football folklore.

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