Abdul Karim Zito, the head coach of Dreams FC, views the Ghana Super Cup as a chance to showcase their unique style of football.
The “Still Believe” Boys, who secured victory in the FA Cup, are set to face off against Premier League champions, Medeama, in the Champion of Champions match at the Cape Coast Stadium on Sunday, September 3, with a kickoff scheduled for 3:00 pm.
In an interview with Accra-based Radio Gold, Karim Zito emphasized that their qualification for this competition was based on merit, as it was organized by the Ghana Football Association.
“We qualified based on merit because it was a competition organized by the Ghana Football Association and we qualified at that end to play.”
He sees it as an opportunity to display their brand of football to the Ghanaian audience, stating, “So to us, it is another opportunity given to us to showcase our brand of football to Ghanaians and that is the opportunity given to us.”
Under Karim’s leadership, Dreams FC clinched the FA Cup last season, which also earned them a spot in the CAF Confederation Cup. They have advanced to the second round of the qualifiers, having eliminated Guinea’s Milo FC over two legs.
The first leg ended in a 1-1 draw at the Lansana Conte Stadium in Guinea, while the reverse fixture in Accra resulted in a 2-1 victory for Dreams FC.